Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 18, 1924
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:02225
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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ON TUESDAY Prominent Citizens- of Starke,I I, SERIOUSLY HURT 1 ir irI

., Waldo and Gainesville LAWTEY\ BERRY II
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Foating-opening ING UP WELL I Both Trucks) Go Into Ditch and Over I

Day Busy One Woman's Club to Begin Erection of turn; Driver of Second Truck l

t?,._. First Unit of Club Building-New Escapee Injury '!

The Lawtey State :Bank at Lawtey, vr Homes) Being Built by Newcomers GEO. F. YOUNG IN AUTO

one of Bradford county's thriving Southern Hallway to Put on Excursion I Thursday morning twit of the big I''
towns, was reopened for business Kate From All Points to trucks at work on the highway. were
last Tuesday morning '"'after being r 4 Key.tone-Llght Plant [in Opera I. I ditched and the negro driver of one, _
reorganized and placed on a strong tion. Correspondent Inspected: Farm of Smith Maker, \la laid up with a IOHT
J. II. Moore and Crops
and solid footing; 4A, I Reports brokl.'nn two places, a gash In the
In the E. S. f: nou.+ aI:: in Good Condition head and other
reorganization Mat- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Apr. 15.- injuries ClyduFrallck

thews was elected president, R. R. Harlan Ftoka Stone, of New One of the pleasing features of the .r, .. ..., "rooeTc white, driver of the second

Thede, vice-president and A. L. York but a native of New Harnp Keystone Heights Board of Trade is LAWTEt, April 18,-The strawberry .* Boaulah Annan, of Chicago, 23 truck, and a colored waterboy riding"

Taylor, cashier. J. W. Andrews, shire, is President Coolldge's new that they are continually having some- movement is moving. right on, old wife, shot hr love with him escaped serious Injury, although

R. R. Thede, David Durban, A. A. Attorney-General.Dean of the Columbia He waa University former thing to interest their membeqi and one and tyo .refrigerator carloads. Marry Kolstedt to death In her their machine turned) over

r Smith, H. C. Wimberly and E. S. School of Law.YOUTH friends and this was again demon going out daily, with a number of la husband's bedroom. Now Chicago on its Bide alongside a fence.
bragging that she
; is the
Matthews constitute the board' of strated the evening of April 8th, refrigerator boxes. Dy the latter boaoUful murderess City'swort Frallck was returning to a loader

directors. when the Board held one of its most part of this week the shipments are > on the siding after his first trip out
The citizens of the town showed GIVEN interesting meetings with a large at expected, to double the shipments of with a load of rock, when Baker attempted

their appreciation of the reestablishment tendance. On account of the number last week. The prices have been very MAN REJECTEDSLAYS to pass him near the old

of convenient banking facilitiesby of visitors nothing but the reports of good with the exception of a few Peterson place. Not swinging wide .

giving the office force a very busy LIFE SENTENCETO special committees were heard and crates. W. II. Edwards had, a enough to pass Fralick'a truck, he '

.dayv Practically every business man the rest of the evening spent in refrigerator box of 80 quarts which \WOMAN truck the left front wheel as he

in town and many citizens from the listening to some very interestingtalks went to Cleveland, Ohio, to sell for went by. Fralick lost control and

outlying territory made deposits COME BACKLOSES by men of prominence. Among 65 cents per quart, and J. T. Moore the truck plowed Into the ditch on

during the day. Including the sur- those present at the meeting and who received nearly $130.00 for seven POLICE ARE TOLD the right hand side of the road for

plus fund paid in by the stockholdersthe gave some very helpful information crates, which were sent in refrigerator I nearly thirty feet before turning on

day's cash receipts ran above LEG IN CROSSING to; the local board were Mr. McManus I boxes. its sido. The high idea of the body

fifteen thousand dollars.' A large ACCIDENT IN MISSISSIPPIFloridan and Mr.' Magill representing the !!, George F. Young met with a alight Pensacola Suitor is Sought prevented, the machine from turning

amount of silver and currency had Alachua County Chamber of Com- j''accident: Friday morning. Just as h<) completely over.

been shipped in to start off with. The t : merce, Messrs. Clemer, Wilson, |I was leaving town for Starke. There In Swamps By Officers( I The negro evidently looked backward ly
Had Fled From State
use of this money was not necessary, 19 I Alexander, and George of the Waldo were several packages on the seat of I for a moment after the collision
for within two hours after the doors Prison Camp-Killed Another Hoard of Trade, :Messrs.' Jones!' his car which became unruly, and In 'frail IIf Snpi I III Lent In Florida I|and his truck plunged 'into the ditchon

were opened the actual money Mart Over _Woman I Inman, Stump, and Sistrunk of trying to adjust them with one hand, Swamp*-Forced HuMliiiiul' and ( the opposite side of tho rand, turning -
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deposits amounted to far more than j Starke, and Mr. Roland Turner, ''ho lost control and! the car tried to Driver to Leave CarIIONIPAY I 0| sideways in tho soft dirt and

was necessary!' to handle the day's i NEW QRLEANS, April 14.-A j I agricultural agent of Southern Rail ::j climb a tree. The car was damaged! [ turned completely over, coining to a
quarrel over woman-a pistol fight 1 12.: -Authorities ,
a I j April
transactions. way. considerably and Mr. Young received stop) alongside a telephone pole right
Lawtey is a fine town, surrounded I on a lonely roadside, -and after recelving Mr. McManus has been in the state several painful bruises, but he In now are scouring scouring the swamps of |''side up. Thu driver was thrown oft

of best lands sentence, a thrilling escape sixteen from this section for some trace of J. A. ,: and l under tho of
by some the farming in years, originally coming able to be out again looking after was caught edge
Florida, and Its citizen realize the from' a Florida chain-gang at day- the North, but is so well pleased by business. Snpp, who they siiy, ulew Mrs. the body a* it turne,!. The truck Suffered ,

importance of having a bank in their break. the climate conditions and the 1 We took a stroll the first of the Renney Hatcher, his. former sweetheart cormUleruhly in ita unrestrained

town. They know that no town can This story was related to tho police advantages offered in this section of week out to the farm of J. 11. Moorein on a lonely road near here. Irldo and sudden stop, the steering
, ever prosper and grow without bank- headquarters by Claude Button, 19- tho county that he states he would the Cracker-Six settlement, and Police expressed tho belief that Sapp 'gear' being demolished, and ono

ing :facilities. For this reason they year-old', youth who had been arrested not trade it for any section In the was!' agreeably surprised to find the had committed, suicide. i'front wheel' snapped, off, beside. the

are going to give the reorganized 'for vagrancy. world. He is one of the moat success in such good condition after Mrs. Hatcher, young bride of 17, damage to the driving mechanism.

1 Lawtey State Bank their support and Button, according' to the police, ful pecan growers in the state and so crops much cold weather und the recent was the former sweetheart of Sapp" ',Thin truck was used for hauling pipe

cooperation. The stockholders have said: considers this section better adapted heavy rains. We found a patch of police said, and rejected his love fur and supplies for the use of the roadmen

l t paid in a large surplus fund which "Back in 1921. I knew a woman and for the growth of pecans than any 17,000 cabbages which will bo ready that of her present husband. Sapp's and tho driver's desire to "pusn

places the bank on as strong footingas loved her. There was another man other that he knows of, and if for market in the next few days. In wife recently secured a divorce'''man and machine being laid up for

any bank anywhere, and it is now named Rollins who was wild about nothing else could bo raised the field fact, a good many of them are ready from him because of his affection i repairs.<< I The truck driven by Frnllck
up to the citizens of the town and her. He told me to lay off. I didn't."One is open for one of the 'greatest in-'for' shipping right now. We also for the slain woman. I'was towed In shortly afterward for

community to make their bank a night we met about 22 miles dustries in the world by simply following found a nice patch of turnip greens Officers stated ho appeared on tho repairs to the engine and steering. t
from Pensacola. I drove a car and here the twice day before the
success by patronizing it. They this line. While ho made no which Mr. Moore told us was only a scene ,w'ar.
know this and do so did he. We alighted and both of mention of the fact, the writer has rnurder and 1 Insisted!' that Mrs.
they are going to remnant of a turnip paUh. lie planted 1
It' their part, if one may judge by their UK drew guns. His friend stepped since learned that Mr. McManus has about twenty-five cents worth of Hatcher and her husband take a ride I Ml'AltKtIAN!\ SI'EAKS
actions on Tuesday. between us and stopped the arjru- the record with the nut growers' association turnip seed of the White Egg variety, into the country with him. VA U'xli, AT BANQUET
'ment.' Then we agreed to meet an of driver was the only other iron i who
growing the largest
and has already shipped nearly I -
NEGRO LABORER KILLEDAT hour later on a lonely road and settle pecans in the country, and has taken $H1.43 worth, and was expecting to: took the trip. I Paul 10. Canova, Sr. Ii l In Chuttunooga .

NEW RIVER :MONDAY:" it."I I' prizes at practically every exhibit he reach the $100 mark, even if ho had After arriving at a lonely spot on Tenn. on a business trip,
won! has attended. When he arrived in to give them away. We also found the country road tho Jilted man and I recently attended a banquet given

Philip Kelly, a negro, laborer on "Well, I got life for it, but I Alachua county he was under the Im- 11 acres of beans which were looking produced a revolver, ordered tho |)by the Palmer Clothing !Mff. Co to

the extra work gang of the Southern could not stand the brutality of the pression that the summers would be line, and about eight acres of strawberries driver to stop and then forced ,!the department heads. and) salesmen.

Railway at New River, was killed prison camps. I was made a trustyanlt so extremely warm as to be un. with a promise of a large Hatcher and the taxi driver to leave I[The banquet was given at the Hotel

Monday in a fall from the hand car. one morning at daybreak I skipped comfortable, but he has found it to crop during tho next few weeks. Mr. him alone with the girl-wUV, police''I! fatten, Ch/ittnnooga'a finest hotel,

With others he was "pumping" the out. Then I traveled through : he the mont delightful place to spendhis Moore said. the market for turnip nay they were told. II I'and the menu was a feast of good

car, with his back turned In the Mississippi, Florida, Oklahoma anll summers of any that ho has ever greens had been good all the winter Sapp then plondud for the girl's'love '!things Mr. Canova madd forceful

direction the car was traveling, when many other states. Pretty soon I seen and also the theory of alligatorsand and that they had! brought good I according to IIatchi, and, the ;!I speech on "Sul,',manllhlp-.It's Application

": his hands slipped from the bar and got an automobile. Six weeks ago snakes is", like many of the other prices by the crate. Mr. Moore !gave driver, who said they were hiding! ) anti Results"

he fell backward from the car I up in Mississippi, I picked up two tales advanced without any foundit- tin a liberalsample of cabbages, i neal hy, und when she ,scorned. him --.-...-- -

platform to the track. The car fellow and was giving them a ride. tion whatever. While being primarily turnips and unions, and we say they i he i.'nt (our..builoU crashing t:! J. II. Pollard' and Mr. Joiner, 01Ala'hulI

caught the unfortunate negro under "Round l a'sharp curve my auto- interested in the pecan industry, were good. 'through her l beady, it wan uid. The were h..reVednesday lop''<.
tho niulnl.va< struck by an Illinois Mr. MvManui spends great dual of other two mAn then came running"tothe after bunnies J
knees a
and rolled his body up :, i-herlfT W. J. Epperson and DeputyW. ing
Central I train at Cary, Miss. The two and Siblsarducd the.
scene hlrsband
time in
underneath. A second car followinga 0 public spirited enterprises and W. Oaisden, of Starke, wore visitors ,
short 1..IIw'l'ro thrown out and the added that he had inveatlgatcdsufficiently to ascertain i It ,hi. vieirtuwan,.
distance the
in rear, was unable to Lawtey Sunday. '
wheels pus : to ba satisfied without
to stop in time to keep from a I,. A. Marr was a visitor to Walda -
passing over the lioilj lie received where L left it. he said, tapping the question of doubt that peaches, Sunday. according to the police, another sotn- ,

internal Injuries from which he dieda stump of his leg. grapes, and mnny other fruits and ,; MiHfl Mary Bayer< spent the wtuk- mobile drove up end Snpp diM-) ]
'I stayed In the hospital fix weeks peered into tho nearby swumri.ItAVI.4 AREINCREASING
few hours later. vegetables. could be grown all well or end with her parents In Baldwin.
and Just out. That's about. all.I .
got _
_._ better than in other -
n. any place in the :Mrs. Lizzie of Jacksonville
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am perfectly willing to go back to I world.
called hero last week account 1
win on
LONG Florida and complete my term," he I fEKH 1
BRIDGE concluded. Mr. Magill followed, Mr. McManus: lit the illness of her sister, Mrs. ft. B.

bearing out his state-men and cover- Mdseley, who had a paralytic stroke -
Button H held as a fugitive and Saturday night about midnight ten I
ing particularly the fact that our -----
J. H. and J. T. Moore were visitors
Ponsaoola!'! authorities have been sacks of feed wero stolen from the
AND section of the state has been
notified of his arrest. advertised for the Sunday. 'camp of Adams. & Sanders, road, ,I
people J. McLood buil-
J. transacting
I of the North to realize tho advan- nein Jacksonville Saturday. contractors", on !
CONCRETE; CURHINO IJEINO Stark. and Therwu. Thm..JOIIII' was I
tages. In fact, people from
near by '
C. S. 11111 visitor to Jacksonville
f was a
morning and Eleven Hundred
discovered) Sunday ('rates Shipped
LAID.ILONGiiIGIIWAYWork sections have no conception of manyof
Sunday. wagon tracks were found in thu soft llringinir Average of $7.30-
the I
advantages offered. In no
Mr. and Mrs. E. BlancharJ
Ralph ,
I ground. These tracks were followedto Three Cam Shipped Out
was started! Wednesday laying place has Mr. Magill enjoyed the of Fort Pierce
few here
ELECTION RESULTS IN spent a days the home of Tom and Edgar;
the concrete curbing along the health and felt as much at home last week at the homes cf Mr and
ALMOST UNANIMOUS VOTE Davis, colored, near' Starke. Berry shipments during/ tho last
both I
within the limits. winter and
highway city summer as he has Mrs. A. M. and Mr. and !Mrs. II.) L.
The sheriff's oflU-e notified and five hnve been the
was days on increase,
Pouring of the concrete was begun, at since arriving in this section. B1an hard. Sunday Mr.'
J. 41. Reddish of search warrants were issued. Accompanied I tho fruit being of better
Appointed Trustee Mr. ,
: northern limits and i It going forwardat Alexander, of Waldo, stated Blanchard supplied the pulpit at the
Vanderbilt School [in Place a rapid pace. This curbing that he had camped and fished on ornf'ar Baptist church. by Deputy Ualalen'l although prices paid are ranging
of J. S. S'pp; Sheriff Epperson: went to the place around I7.CO. Some of the growersreceived
the of the the site of
protects edge rock and our present town and :H. Sapp came home from Jackson
and search revealed the
also! acts as a gutter to carry off the had never dreamed that such a'' ville and spent Sunday with his a missing ftlightly over $9.00 per
School board met in regular session water. development would take place and family. sacks of feed. Both negroes were arrested bushel for extra' fancy berrUs.

April 7, with all members present, I I should any person have laid to him Mrr.: E. Edward I and brought. to the county One refrigerator car wa shipped
via. L. W. Kickliter, A. A. Hazen and that there would be such, he would son, jail where they are still confined, In l lost Friday and so far this week two
CLAY COUNTY= CONVICTS Laurie, visitors to Starke
L. /: Wynn have called them what all fishermen were i, default of bonds amounting/ to $:SOO have rolled. Friday and Saturdaythe
Minutes of last read I STUMPING RIGHT OF WAYA Saturday. each. shipments reached 13,000 quartoMonday
meeting said
were are to be. Speaking for the I George F. Young spent Saturday in
and approved as read. entire Waldo 10,000 quarts; while Tuesdayand
board, he stated
they Starke I looking> after business in
Election return from Long force of convicts has been put : were vitally Interested incoanectlng terests. / PASSING OF AGED NECHEHS: Wednesday the receipt felt

Bridge and New River were canvassed I to work on the connecting: strip of Keystone Height with Waldo by below 7,000 quarts for, each day.
am M. Howling of Starke In
and results declared as follows: road from the Bradford county line improved road which could be doneat I was Aunt Patsy Hammond(, well known I Grower report planVs full of bloomand

both districts voted nnanimouslw for to Kingsley lake stumping and clear.:I a minimum expense, the short'0 candidate town Saturday.for the :Mr.office Dowling of Is a among both white and colored, died Indications point to a heavy 1
tax collector
consolidation and Saturday morning after a short ill yield during the next two weeks. Tie
an eight mill tax. ing the right-of-way. Bids will be line mileage being only 7tt miles.
J. E. Adklna, O. W. Andrew and asked for grading this road on to the This was particularly Interesting. to situation., and was here looking/ over the ,ness. Her age, a* well an could be i I quality of the berries. will steadCy
B. F. Ren/roe determined, was 93 year She was Improve with the cessation of till
were elected trustees. lake at an early date. It Is understood the- local board as one of their main Don't fail
; attend
J. M. Reddish was appointed that the road will be the same projects is in securing better road to the le married seventy years ago" and her rains, and it Is hoped the prices will

trustee of Vanderhllt *rh....l in niece .... t;.. .J- ....... .. '4_ ....- .J.JI Aluminum Sale at Howe Si Bryan, ,husband survives her. Aunt Patsy hold up to a point where the trrn-vrr*

of J. S.'Sapp who refused to serve. I I't from SUrke to the Clay county line. 1 I I I (Continued on Page 4) .- tin r :nee few "ol-l .v... be enitUimi M> continue vhipment.*
__. (Continued on Page 4) time" darkies in this section. I I for several weeks longer. '.



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I-!-the injustice--- rights of r of any our description.citizenry. against It can: = Tutt's Pills I Letter From Frank Clark I

Ir I II I. : .1-- Our Home .be, and no doubt will be, a tower of -
Paper I I strength to the Woman's Club of TIoe nr.s .a- e.roG6.the s.-J1d. .
'Starke, an organization that would el.ias ..........t. r.a.f. .trWatiAa I hereby announce my.candidacyfor pressions of confidence at the polls,
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aM 011. esa..l.ducMe nomination as the candidate of I can and will, in the future, as in
le a credit to any city in this country, '
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I Ian organization vigorously alive toI the Democratic party for representative the past give you' honest and faithful .

The following interesting paper county. The fact that our home i every opportunity of service to the GOOD DIGESTION in the 69th Congress from the service. I still hope to have the
read Mr. 11. H. has this wide circulation I I of at the of
was prepared and by paper mak'esj community, an organization that has Second Congressional District privilege proper time coming -
Young at the "Press and Member it possible for Starke to appeal to done more to promote the health and wagons. Each bundle or sack is Florida in the primary election which before you and in the open givean

ship" meeting of the Woman's Club I the mind and fancy of the people in comfort of the women of Starke. and marked with a brilliant tag punched has been called and is to be held on account of my stewardship.I .

Wednesday last week: every part of this great country of ;the surrounding country than /with a varying number *of holes.JThis the Third day of June A. D. 1924. am not ashamed of the record 1
ours, as a desirable place to live; a and all other organizations within the tag tells the expert on the plat- Although I have heretofore( advised have made as your representative in

"The Bradford County Telegraph" place that is at last awakening from corporate limits of the city. News is (form the destination of the package the people that I would be a candidate the Congress' of the United States, although -

was established by Colonel W. W. a long Rip Van Winklelan sleep dint the newspapers' most Sat a glance. The package ia pushed to succeed myself in Congress I being a human being, I have
Moore, in 1879 as "The Starke Tele- held it in thrall for nearly a quarterof modity and that ia the particular com- 1 into the proper chute to be droppedinto have waited to make this' formal announcement undoubtedly made mintakes' -emanating -

graph". II. E. Lagergren was put in a century and is moving resistless that the waiting truck for that until the Congressional from the head and not the heart.
reason causes: our great daily
: charge: of the mechanical part of the ly' forward to take "its place among papers to maintain at a tremendous particular road. These trucks fre- Committee the only authorized Congratulating you upon the

work; he has been with the paper the wide-awake progressive towns of expense, correspondents !in part quently have to break all speed laws' agency of our party so to do, has bright prospects our party has for a

throughout all the changes of ownership the twentieth century. of the warld, and spend every fabulous of the city to connect with the train,. called the primary ,lectloD.In smashing victory throughout the nation -

until just recently. We should ask our paper to adopt 'sums on cablegrams of events taking but waiting people must have the thus formally announcing my next November, and believingwith

The paper was gotten out on an the slogan: "1924 Will Reward Brad' place that may change geographical news "While IT, IS STILL, NEWS! candidacy I desire to most grate- : my. accumulated experience 1

I ( old Washington hand press, and that ford County Fighters! And then, lines and national boundaries.The fully thank you for the magnificentand can render you better experience

required the services of an active every man and every woman in the 1 editor of one of our great THE MATTER OF CHIVALRY unwavering support you have than ever before, and respectfully

man with a good vocabulary of county forget all personal atmospheres !dallies has said: "News Is a recordof given me in the pastpand to say that soliciting your continued' favor I am

I strong and picturesque language. all differences of opinion and action! If you will give the matter Now comes the news that the while I can never hope to fully deserve as ever,

After a year's precarious existence boost! boost!! booatlll!!! for the common | a little careful consideration you women are organizing for a nationwide your many most generous ex- FRANK CLARK.

., the paper was sold to I. C. Webb andS. good of all by making known to will discover that this short sentence campaign. to bring back the days -

D. Moore. A year later Mr. Moore everybody that we can reach, that covers the ground, tells the /entire of chivalry.
sold all his interest to him partner, Starke and Bradford county can story concerning news. The same A very desirable consummation, Gossiping Firemen turn him from his course. All who
Mr. I. C. who continued to but if the information which comes crossed his path did BO at their own
Webb offer just as good land, just as !good great paper, and it is a fearless one, Husband (rushing into the room)-
publish the paper until January 1, business opportunities, just as fine I given to telling the truth about men is true the good women are beginningat "Come out quick." peril. What would you call such a

-' 1893, when he sold out all his interests social advantages as can be found in and matters, says: "Telling the truth the wrong end of the line in this Wife--"What's the matter?" man?"

in the paper to E. S. Matthews any other state of the Union and generally provokes a discussion that matter. The Times has not indulged "The house is on fire and we will "A truck driver! shouted a voice
and B. J. Farmer. Friday, from a financial standpoint we have in much criticism of the women in from the audience.-Forbes' Maga
is likely to give you a great deal of 1 be burnt to death if we hesitate a
(April 13, 1888, Mr. Webb changed the all other places with same climatic regards the things they have done. for life. zine.
concern, and often, cause you to I minute. Run, run your
of the to the "Bradford Securing the ballot, bobbing her hair, S.
name paper I and cropping advantages that we posses decide be in
that after all, the best way to "Alright, dear, Ill out a
County Telegraph", and it has worn beaten by at least BO per cent. conduct wearing them long or short, the this One-Minute Novel
a newspaper is witfti a sawed- minute. I've got to tidy up room
that name ever sine*. There has been no inflation of evolution into the new woman were I
pricesin off shotgun. This particular paper, BO it won't look so bad when the firemen Little Margie Briggs Miss Mar-
s Messrs. Matthews and Farmer continued our county. What we need here !in "The World's Greatest Newspaper," peculiarly the affairs of the women get here." garet Briggs-Darling Margie
,-,/ to publish the paper in the I II Starke, is the "get together" spirit. owns great forests of pulp wood (thema \rea.\ We know they wouldn't e Sweetheart-the Missus.
office above what ia the I II The executive committee of the pay much attention to.us whatever ,
f name now j timber in Canada and has two The Lingu J\ The End.
I I Crowder store. January 1 1898 B.I i| Federal Council of Churches, held at we said about them, so we said but .
tremendousbig steamers to carry the : Teacher-"Now, Willie, you may S.
II J.' Farmer sold hU interest in the Columbus, Ohio, last December /little. Now however, that it seems
pulp wood to the paper mills, also I tell us what is zinc" Maybe He Meant It
d I, paper to E. S. Matthews, who has decided that "egotistical denominationism" owned by the paper, located In the they are desirous of getting back Willie "Aw, I know that'sFrench
j Doctor-"Well Mr. Johnson hoW'are
to at least one of the things of the ,
1' j il owned operated, edited and managed in /church or state was a United States. The finished paper pronunciation of think. "
,: the that disrupting force and false old order we will venture an ob- you today?
continuously since date .
Pl I I paper a is wound in great rolls weighing 1500 Ie.
JohJ1Jon-"l\Iuch better sir.
i I 'until March 1, 1921) when Mr. J. c.1(j patriotism, bound to work harm'in. pounds. When these are taken to the servation. BLONDE BESS OPINES Mr.
:Robinson, who for the eleven I II stead of accomplishing good If the women are desirous of the The only thing now is my breathing,
''t past any plant they are handled by electric
j I results." I retu'rn of the day of chivalry they Sarah never misses a thing 'IIir."
had and look- .
I years faithfully loyally ) cranes that TiTar three of thorn nn
-' | must begin work on themselves to -not even a step when she falls DoctOr (!in a force of habit tone)
e l after the mechanical end of the A newspaper must be, first of all, j jit the reels directly under each '
work press.There bring it to pass. The fact is the day down stairs.x I "Yes-yes, well, we will have to see if
was made manager and assistant newspaper, because it is for news, are thirty of these .
monster ee. "
of chivalry has not anywhere.It we can't do something to stop that.
editor, thus assuring us of the first, that readers want The each gone
a paper. presses, one driven at 300 Jus Like Dad's Auto .
was A vast difference
came steadfast cooperative spirit in appetite for is revolutions
news instinctive; we per minute, printing 600 I
there ia at ] in these "Did have If So Raise the Right Hand
forwarding the best interests of our not only like to live together but we complete papers per minute. j east premises, Old Lady Visitor- you
city and country tributary thereto. want to know the fortunes of others The great ribbon of printed |in going and being sent. The negro a good time In country-learn to milk I Breathes there a man with soul so-
papers ;
j In addition to his work with the Telegraph whether they are fellow citizens or passes into the folding machines :who was asked what he went to the I cows, etc?" dead

a \' Mr. Robinson has been a staff i; belong to some other nationality in that are an integral part of each j I r penitentiary' for had the idea. lie Little Tom -"Yes-urn-first you' I Who to a cop has never said,

.' I correspondent of the Jacksonville some remote part of the world. In press where they are cut, folded and said, "I didn't went, they sent me." (j ji catch the cow-take her in the garage When'past the limit he has sped,

Journal for the past seven years. the olden times the courier never 'counted, each fiftieth paper is offset i'They may talk about the effect of II-give her some breakfast food and I "Gee, why donchu pinch that guy-
I 'the war, and about this, and about then drain her crank case." ahead?"
; I When Mr. Matthews came Into full lacked refreshment or a choice place so that the papers can be'I I
that *
as the reason for the lack of -
control of the paper, with the splendid by the fires. He brought news from I separated Into bundles of fifty; they :'courteous chivalry these days. But I- Wisest Man in the World .. .. .. .Motor Age.
acumen that had distinguished him in I| other places. Today in the isolated are kicked out of these machines'
;" the past, began to equip the plant I places of the,civilized world the beat into another counting machine that I they are just talking. When they There Is a man in our'town Discovered

,'with modern and up-to-date ma of a horse's hoofs, the sound of a counts the bundles. From this final I I started out to be as much like men And he is wondrous wise; Recently, Dr. Oppitz went to town

chlnery of the most approved type I'strange. motor, the sight of a sail, count they are automatically placed as they could they, by their acts, invited He kicks out all his troubles in his new) Ford, and to prevent his
men to treat them much like
r until today it stands. the equal of any quickens the pulse-there may tie In electric conveyors that carry themto And lault'hs'at other guys radiator from freezing he spread a>

small town printing establishment i in, news coming. We all know the craving thIS mailing room where they are I[men. | SNot over the entire front of his

I any place In the United States. A for news, it !is logical and under- wrapped, tied and addressed. This I I' Whether consciously or uncon- That Kind of An Auntie car. A small boy standing near

'I ; big power press on which four pages,]stnadable. last operation is done by a machine I(I asset sclously when, women lost their chiefest Maggie (who Is a movie fan)- began to laugh and said, "Ain't no-
they lost the deferencemen
} 1 I one-helt of the paper, can be printedat The winter of 1917-18 we were in I that prints 10,000 addresses per hour. I held for them just because "Did you ever see Oliver Twist. use to cover it now, I've seen the

each run, and the entire c'-mp; The papers are then put into mail auntie" name.-Exchange.
paper a logging in Virginia, nine (j I I they! were women. Chivalry is the .
I printed in two hours. A big linotype miles from the railroad and nearest bags, being careful to put papers in I II grace of manhood bestowed Old-fashioned Aunt--"Hush-child. e.e.Statistically
machine with eight faces of each sack that upon You know that I never attend of Speaking
I type and town. Our mail box was three miles are going to towns on true womanhood. If the any
1 ; women want .
peed sufficient to set the the same line of railroad. those modern dances." A went into Cohen's
up type for from the house on an "air line" path There may ,I the day of chivalry back .all they' man Book
the entire forty-eight columns of the through the woods and I used to run be from three to fifty sacks for each 'have to( do to secure the fulfillmentof C. Store and asked: "Have you a copy

:paper in sixteen hours. It would pay that distance at the noon hour when i road but one bundle for a town on their want is to bring back the Just Like That of 'Who's Who and What's What/ by

anyone to spend three or four hours the boys failed to !get the mail. We 'the Rock Island slipped into a sack 'day when they will be just women Anna while in school one day Jerome K. Jerome" 1

watching the work of this wonderful wanted news from the outside world. that contained papers for towns locat- again.It Ate bananas, BO they say Cohen replied: "No, sir, but ve got

'I I machine that does the work that I That part of the world in which we ed on the C. B. &: Q. would cause an is hard to be chivalrous to Her teacher, in a haughty mannah, "Who's Who and Vat's He Got,' by

i would require the services of several live and work and play is at the best I endless lot of complaint and hard women who look like men, who vote Said: "I really must ban Anna." Bradstreet."

I bund-compositors. but a small place, while the world of .feelings. The bundles and mail like men, who "cuss" like men'and e

In addition to these machines the the mind is limitless and In this inner (i, sacks are conveyed by .lectricity to smoke like men. Many AbsolutelyAt Habitual Constipation Cured
toffice is equipped with a modern job personal world each of 'a' large platform from which chutes I women are la 14 to 21 Days
one us are
like that these days. They sent I a lecture, the speaker orated
5>ress that will turn 1800 head to the PEPSIN" Is a speciallyprepared
out sheets
waiting trucks andSick
: constantly making exploring trips "{chivalry away.-Tampa Times. :fervently: "He drove straight to his Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habltua':
up to 12 inches by 10 inches per hour, Into far countries; places we shall goal.I lie looked neither to the right Constipation. It relieves promptly but

I a big power-driven folding machine never know, people we will never t I BARTOW-Th Florida Anti- nor to the left, but pressed forward, should be taken regularly for 14 to( 21 days
r.r..aia..oHeadache I
that folds the to induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Telegraph fast
as as it meet, events that have
can no "
II possible Mosquito Association, in conjunction moved by a definite purpose. Neither Regulates. Very Pleasant to Takx 60c<<
conies: from the
press. The office is connection with our own, lives. the friend foe could him
also [:with state board of health, will nor delay jior per bottle. j
the possessor of a large I
paper- We avidly read of the most atrocious (undertake to stimulate interest in
\ i I
I cutter for cutting paper of any size crimes, of heroism, of accomplishment the mosquito control work by establishing -

'I desired.The Bradford CoUnty Telegraph is virtue,-all of to disaster go with, of us vice into and the grading the a sysem various of score communities cards on I H .TT1TJI11ffti': J

J printed entirely in the home "I
plant; inner world of our lives where we I h..1U8d Blaek-Dravgbt throughout the state in which efforts _
j' most small town what wken needed for the
s papers use is find escape from the monotony, the past 25
are being made to the
I.i prevent proa-
called a "patent inside". This means limitations, the ennui of years, says Mrs. Emma:
that the four our own Grimes, of Forbes, Mo. "I gation of the pests and reduce
, : I _inside, pages are existence. began taking It fer a bad cased malaria and other mosquito-borne
I I II' printed oy one 01 me Dig news collecting Somehow, in the news that we eoiiUpatlon. I would get diseases to an absolute minimum.
I agencies and shipped to the read we find a spiritual or emotional eeastlpaUd and feel just miserable
paper for the addition of the four satisfaction. We also increase -slufflah, tired, a bad I
our tajite la my mouth, and
I wuUide pages. This is a much stock of knowledge, enlarge our experience sea my head weuld begin I I !; I
cheaper as well as a much easier way and improve our minds and hurting: aad I 'would have a 1l Y 4 I

i to publish a paper but Mr. Matthews opportunities by the information we sever sick headache. I don't

\ ,'; bas preferred to give his subscribers get from the newspapers. Have you knew just who started me te 14 ; f
Yep.pua6B' -+
a home-mado paper, one that touches L. iEi: '
ever stopped and considered what the lit
on every subject that is of special interest result would be !if every source of l'i l &OOV THIAJ6TO 'I '

to the citizens of Starke and news throughout the world was suddenly Thedford's LEAN ON kLLE.0 r K ;'r

the ,,,
adjacent country. cut off for an entire week It .

World wide news of every description would, without a doubt, bring about ) 1t

is furnished the paper by one the greatest panic and financial BLACK-DRAUGHT

';; v .f the greatest news gathering disaster that the world has ever experienced -

:rl agencies with correspondents in every and a wave of crime, more
corner of the globe. Miss Amelia Ray I dreadful than the mind of man has Hut it did the. work. It just "

; covers the city for news that come ever conceived, would have swept all seemed to cleanse the liver.
\ j under the head Very soon 1 felt like new.
,,1 Society News. This through the great cities of the world, II When I found BlackDraughtso
'Of course covers' all phases of our I laying bare the barbaric possibilitiesof easy to take and easy- ,

.1 I j social life that is of special interest the human life when the thin acting, I began to use it In

j {i *o the ladies. veneer of civilization has been rubbed I w headaches.time and would" not have sick:

1'1'\ )5. Manifold Mr. Robinson duties, ,acts smog as a his reporter other off.July 1, 1898, the stereotype system Constipation to re-absorb cause poisons* the i ,

1. and goes after all the items of in. union of Chicago had a disagreementwith that may cause great pain .r
crest to and much danger- -- w ? 'tr' _
the men of the community, the publishers and refusing to health.I 'Take yout 1
< ,. Bach as real estate transactions, the arbitrate went on strike. Not a It will stimulate I Uamaaked
swapping of horses, the sporting paper was published in Chicago for tae liver and help to Little Mary was out in the yard the

vents, financial affairs of the village six days. Papers from Joliet, III., drive out the poison other day when old Tabby came r
1 tl bond issues, road building public andprivate I Milwaukee, Wis., and other outside Sold by all dealers. Costa around the corner of the house carrying r .1 s .
only dose.
one cent a
i improvements under way or towns that were brought into Chicago E-J04 I a kitten by the nap of the neck.

contemplated, market reports, crop I found ready sale at CO cents a copy. es.oo.oa,_ ... ...h "You aren fit to be a mother," she

conditions and a hundred and one This was largely the result of a cried, -rushing to the rescue. "You

S other things that the readers of the -critical period of our little war with CHILDREN'S FATAL DISEASES aren't hardly fit to be a father.

paper want to know about. The Tele- 'Spain and that a big French liner had Worms and parasite* in the intestine 0S .

Igraph correspondents are found in been lost off Nova Scotia but it illustrates of children undermine health and so It'. Different Now

very' hamlet of Bradford county so the craving for news. weaken their vitality that they are unable Oldtimer-"In love huh!-and I
to resist i
the disease
that so fatal to child life. -
the subscribers, found in everyounty Our own Bradford County Telegraph The safe in go around and serenade Ss
course) I to five a few d.-. of suppose you s4lSe,
in the state, in every state in is the biggest asset we have. White's Cream Yeraufuce. It destroysand your fair lady at mldni&hU"Youtb "

the Union, in the Philippine. and the In thAt hands of Mr. Matthews and expels the worm without the alight.. "No -lawareaeltthat'll Doer Hr. Bunny RabWt .

Gaul Zone are kept informed as to Mr. Robinson !it can be made a ctuld.set injury Price to Sic.the health Sold or by activity. of the 'what is breaking my health. She an! o.er the land wet in."Uarele Jay Easter on Easter WeU, tIICMUaDde 01 kiddIes
All] ft the happenings in Bradford wonderful submit rool-all> mora-aDd to ,raae
hoar. Sbll"D
weapon safeguarding All One Stare I ain't eer horn at that III tile insert below




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BILL PASSED SENATE News of Florida in Short Paragraph FOR PRIZEThe

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IS BOOSTED BY WASHINGTON April 12.Without Board of County Commissioners NEWS BRIEFSOF

debate, the senate has passedthe [j Live-sti--; News J] of Bradford county met in regular

bill introduced by Senator Fletcher session April 7th, with all members

MR. JOHNSON to establish and maintain a forest I present, as follows: J. M. Brownlee, THE STATE
chairman, Louis II. Hill S. J. Pres-
experiment station in the yellow pine Told by Our Exchange
.. region in Florida. It provides for cott, James Reynolds and II. P. :

the appropriation for that purpose. Gainey. 4,000 CARS OF POTATOES
GIVES INTERESTING DATA Another provision relates to the TALLAHASSEE The Florida who renders the greatest service to Minutes of last mooting read and FROM HASTINGS SECTION

"erection of buildings and all other I- treasury had a balance on handof tho city during the coming _year. approved. -

necessary expenses for the purpose $3,377,022.48 at the close of business Provision( is also made for a similar Kate Collins, pauper, was reportedas !Bank Resources on December 31, 1921
Possibilities Location,
Resources. being dead and her ordered
lof[ conducting agricultural, dendro- on March 31. gift for the year following.ST. name Amounted to Total of
Climate and Soil of Florida'sYoungest logical and other experiments and investigations stricken from pauper roll.
; County The janior'a salary fixed at $35.00 .$153,009,083.88
I independently or in co- MIAMI-The city commissionersof PETERSBURG Announcement -
operation with other branches of the Miami have authorized the ex- is made here by the Pinellas per month for one year.
Tax Assessor Jesse Johnson, Reports of County Judge It. A. Tampa-Onu of the largest bridgeein
County federal government, with states and penditure of $485,781.90 for the pav- County Power Company of its inten-
of the best informed and most Green and Justice of the Peace the world under constructionacross
Jr. Geo.
one with individuals, to determine the ing of the city streets.TALLAHASSEEThree. tion to build a new million dollar ''
Old Tampa Bay Will reduce ,
citizens of Union county, A. Gardiner; filed.!
best methods for the conservative plunt at Bayboro. plans for the construction ''
with the hope of getting people of management of forests and forest teachers'summer work provide for erectionof Letter received from Federation of highway distance between this city ,

the county interested in the organization lands and the production of timber schools will be conducted this a system of units which may be Woman's Clubs asking for a prize to and St. Petersburg 21 miles. #I
chamber of commerce, I be offered to the school the Stuart-Contract to be let for construction ,
of a county naval stores and other forest pro- year under state auspices, two for' added as the growth of the city making I
of Florida Western &
has written the following letter for of best show for beautifying public i
ducts in the Southern region
whites, one for negroes. requires. 'J
Northern railroad in Palm Beach '
publication: the United States: Provided that -- roads. Same was referred to bond .

"As soon as the legal requirementson the cost of any building erected as KEY WEST--Fire in the Florida ORLANDO-W. E. Cobb prominent trustees. county. '
road bond issue can be completed Tax Collector asked that tho time Tampa-Cudahy Packing Company
our said station amount to, but Orlando real estate dealer, was
may East Coast Railway yards destroyedtwo
to build! new plant costin $50,000.:
and actual development started shall not exceed, $2,500.( old wooden structures and slightly found dead in a boat on a local lake For closing tax books bo! extended for
I suggest that we take steps to The secretary of agriculture: Is damaged several others. Sunday afternoon. At the time of thirty days, which was granted. burg-Plana being made for J

change the Union county Good Roads also authorized, In his discretion,- to the discovery of his'body Cobb's head The following resolution passed: freight and passenger waterway d

Association into a county chamber ofoom.merce accept donations of lands in the TALLAHASSEE William Jennings was hanging in the water with hisfeet ..It Is hereby ordered that T. C. Morris transportation between herd and I

and arrange to affiliate Southern pine region for offset In- Bryan of Miami, qualified as a caught under a seat In the middleof [ bo notified! to remove the obstruu Jacksonville 'if.
with similar organizations in neigh I ilon across Alligator creek east of I New vestigation and the use of said experiment candidate in the June primary for the bout. Physicians announced J,
boring counties. In this connectionI station. delegate to the Democratic national I thiit death was not caused by drown- the city limits, and fix a water gate !second bridge to ocean peninsula
wish to call the attention of our own InJ : or passage that will admit tho free under way.
convention from the state at large. (
people again to the_ following facts "LAW ENFORCEMENT""Law !I passage of water down said stream I S/arasota-$20OOO/ building to bn

concerning this our home county. I\IIAMI-A large shallow water TALLAHASSEE-Validity of the and so prevent flooding put up as Ringling Bank annex.
None of these statements are exag lands of the town of Starke. Klaaimmec Plans made for
enforcement" is the cry on all dredge valued at $80,000 was completely legislative act creating a special being
." gerated. I hope each of our citizens hands. Every newspaper you pick up destroyed by fire at Holly- : roud bridge district in Putman county erection of new bank building.Hastings .

; will read them and repeat 'them' is crying out for "law enforcement." wood, 18 miles north of here, following wan upheld by the supreme! court in AN OSCEOLA ODDITYA ) ) -Harvesting of 2,0(

whenever occasion offers: Every candidate for office who ad- an explosion of a fuel tank. No affirming the circuit court for that acres of Irish potatoes started, approximately -
"Union county was created from dresses the people stresses the fact one was Injured. county in a decision against the novel political announcement ap- 4,0(10( carloads will lie
: the western portion of Bradford that he is in favor of law enforce- county commissioners! who attacked pears in a Klssimmue paper that of I shipped, exclusive of water shipments.

county by the 1921 legislature, and ment. It is the cheap cry that wells 6AINESVI L LE.: The debating tho legality of the law, which was Joseph Alcxandre Leo Glaze, who I Lakeland-Strawberry productionin

began to function as a county October up on every hand-law enforcement.Law team of University of Florida hRS passed. by the last session of theconstllble wants to be sheriff of Osceola countyIf thin. district this season will bring
Sidney J. Ciitls is elected
1 of that year. For nearly two yearsit is enacted to correct evils and closed one of its most successful legislature. governor In $ ()OOOO.
had the distinction of being the to punish crime. The courts are seasons, with a two-to-one victoryover otherwise. lie says: I Okt''hubtt-ConLract awarded! fop

youngest/ or baby, of Florida's grinding on day in and day out the crack debaters representingthe Of.A LA-James; Stokes, thee"Subject to the primary Juno 8: completion of upper portion of Indian.

counties. It has still the unique punishing crime and yet crime con- Louisiana State University. at Sulphur Springs, a suburb of sheriff hereby of Oscuolu announce thyself for Prairie canal.Resourcee .
feature of being the smallest county tinues. And the cry goes up"puton Tampa/ is in n hospital hero In a county. If SyndoyF. of bunking. Institutions
F. Calls
i in the state. It is surrounded by a more punishment! We have FORT MEADE-Plans are being serious condition from a gunshot nominated for governor In Florida on December 31. 1921)i
. number of the A. B. C. counties of written, time and again, that public worked out for.the holding of an wound. According to authorities, he wilst wants to Thee be sheriff hasn't, If not thou i totaled $7,002,110.0:1! :! and $163,00-!)

Florida, namely, Alachua Baker, sentiment is the highest law. Whydo election in the Fort 1\1 ell 1111 districtto II'attempted to kidnap an adopted child prowl renign.around the time to I TituHville-Flvo story hotel to be
Bradford and Columbia. These are we not change the cry from law en- give the freeholders a chance to from his wife from whom he hud been county begging, built at cost of approximately

named so one can more easily locate forcement to law observance? Few vote on issuance] of $375,000 in bonds estranged for some tlmA.In.! nukes other, opponents, to, get votes. Theo ,, H.r.HU[ on December 31, 11HZ3. JIB
I no I'r'mIKt'-for' the benefit
Union county on a state map. men or women have the moral for road improvements. Stokes was sold to have shot hint with IIf would-bo hypocrites. After March $200,001):! .

"Two of the South's .greatest rail- courage to fly in the face of public revolver. first a copy of thy platform can bet I Zl'phyrhilb-LocRI farmers opernt-
the Southern and the Atlantic sentiment. TALLAHASSEE Thero are now farmers t '
ways, la obtained ut all ailing stations, drugstores | Z"phyrvillo-I.ocal coop
Coast Line, cross our county, both Why do we continue to denounce more than 300 insurance companies JACKSONVILLE A dramatic and ofllces erating to Inert>Rso strawberry
passing through Lake Butler, the : the courts for laxity when we, ourselves I operating in Florida. Theso companies Shooting, was staged hero Tuesday, county."-Tumpit post Tlinee. in Raid ,icrengo

county seat! at which point they havea I have not the moral courage cover every class of insurance, might I about 8 o'clock In Pudman's l.ceIL\lrQ'-ConKtruction of nine

union station. From Lake Butlerone to denounce the criminal and the Including fire, life, casualty, sick and restaurant, 02H West Buy street, 1\I1I.lIaon-ConiltrucUon of GO new bungnlown on east .Main street
can reach any part of Florida I crime which he or she commits? funeral, and fraternal. when Herman II. LoowinKohn. 27, tobacco .hums more under way.
with ease. These two railroads together Let us take drinking and bootlegging recruiting officer, walked Into the completed. I St. Pett'rRburU"n.1. Issue of
have fourteen for instance. There Is law restaurant, drew a revolver and I Clenrwater-Building permits issued -
passenger MIAMI-If Florida municipalities I $I,! OOnOO to bo voted. upon for civic
trains daily passing through this against it: Many people laugh at maintain the building and construction fatally shot his wife, a waitress, and in case day total $122,000.CocoaConstruction: ( I Improvements !May 20.
)litle city. This means also that Lake the law. These are social evils and, pace they set during the first 'then turned the revolver upon1 himself !I of new licitro j Winter Garden Streets throughout -

Butler can be reached from all points against many of these evils' we have three months of the year, they will Bending a bullet through his ; school building completed. I I the city to bo, lighted. nt onco.!

:.jI with equal facility. enacted law. But the evils go on. I surpass last year's record-breaking I heart. He died instantly I Clearwater-rCSty purchases new I Punta (lords State Bunk increases
1: "During the days of King Cotton And why? The answer Is that we total by a wide margin. fire apparatus. I Capital stock $10,000.
J this the center of product are not cultivating the proper sentiment ST. I'F.TEUSnURG-Five hundred
county was I Orlando$100,000) hotel to bo builton West I'alm Heath-February! building -
; tion for the highest grade of Sea against crime and against social KEY WEST-According to information delegates are expected to attend thy west Central avenue. operations Increase $332,5lfV!

". Island cotton, and if eve,* the boll misdoings.. Society is toleratingthem. received here, the war 'state meeting of Spanish Wur Vetcr- February !1923.:
-- aver
'',' weevil is conquered, i iN! wig again' There ta the whole trouble. department has granted permits for :en-campment Key West-Work to begin! soon on

:;. come into its own. Now, however, There are many who are willing to three or tout bridges that will\ form i here May 7-0, according to new bridge from this city to Indo
; the farmers have learned to diversify. defy the law. There are few who are links in the Key West-to-rnalinland local members of the organization. county line.

Taking the county as a whole, the willing to incur public scorn. highway over the Florida keys. The ladies' auxiliary will gather here I Takefor Oak Hill-$30,000: school building

main crops are corn and peanuts with Let us particularize. All the at the same time, with 300 or more to bo erected.

other forage crops. But with the excellent dates now in the field for candi-I TALLAHASSEE movement iI'l delegates attending. The local camp Tarpon Springs--Work under way

.1 transportation facilities most.J the Florida primaries, state and being instigated by the Florida Is planning to make a strong bid for on 1 bridge ipanning-Tarpon bayou at
sections near the railroads are enter- county, are declaring that they favor American Legion to put on an exhibitof the national encampment in 1925. Chilito street.

ing largely into the growing of law enforcement. By "law enforce- Florida( products at the next na- i.mikeland-New $HOOOU hotel

.J strawberries and early vegetables. I ment" we are understood now-a-days, tional convention, which convenes at TALI.AIIASSEE-Wortl waS received under construction, approximately.

Home grown berries are usually on to allude to the enforcement of the St. Paul, Minn., In the early fall. by the state prison authoritiesthat I a otta s 3RO residence huilt'in 1923.
the market in December and ont' liquor laws. How many of these F. W. Daniels and William Tavares-Contract let for $15,000
through winter and spring until Mayor candidates are willing to say that MARIANNA-During the past Suiter, white prisoners at the state yeas ma.. CIS Jam
I I for improvement of Lake highway
t' June. Potatoes, tomatoes string they do not want the votes of men several months a total of eighty stills ,farm Raiford, had escaped. Both I from this point to Lake Jem

rf.' beans, garden peas and cucumbers all who buy or drink blind tiger liquor? have been destroyed in Holmes, men were trusties and escaped when Bartow-First unit of Barlow plantof

't do exceptionally well in our soil with How many of them are willing to Washington and Walton counties, according -:they were out on a mission, for the I Shearman. Concrete Pipe Company

the possible exception of tomatoes, denounce them?Gainesville Sun. to prohibition officers' who first time, it I III said that a prisoner the liver it Krmxville, Tennen''i'e, completed
can be grown successfully both as a have been scouting through Iiere.EUSTIS has ever abused such a privilege, at
spring and a fall crop. Our fall SUBSCRIBE TO I the state farm. The board of pardons B.w.r. of Imitation. Demand I rill in operation, producing cuilnaclf
Ih. .nuln*in lOo and 3So pack. concrete pipes per day and giving"
( I
shipments reach the markets aheadof THE TELEGRAPHtern -Only three dissenting has several times offered to grant ails bring above trad mark. employment to 15\ men
those from sections further south votes were cast at a meeting at Daniels a pardon. i

while the spring crops are marketed for this industry in this county. Tavares at which the paving of all __,_ __ ________ _n_ --- ,-----.--,---- --..
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about the close of the season for the I "Palestine lake has an area of principal business streets was dis -
southern counties. This assures us : about lr>ou) acres, Swift Creek lake' cussed. The estimated cost is $200- : '

of good prices in each case, with and 'Lake IJutler about 700 acres 000. Bids will be asked at an early 1924 EASTER BONNETS J JtSt64

:perhaps a little advantage in favorof 'each and Lake Fisher about 200 date. i
the fall shipments. The principal acres. All these lakes abound In

points for berries and vegetablesare fish, mostly trout and speckled perch. TALLAHASSEE The Florida Itt HAVE LET'S 'IU

Worthington, Dukes, Lake Butler, Union county has also its entire Railroad Commission has by a two TO WEAR THI' 'r M KNOGiCt

Johnston and Raifocd.; eastern, southern and western to one vote placed itself on record as s, ) ONC ALLYEAQ. IT OFP

"Immense quantities of naval boundaries made up of rivers and favoring the proposed Florida Western +, f tr,
stores and crossties are shipped from large creeks as well as having many and Northern Railroad between Ir

Union county every month in the smaller creeks flowing through all West Palm Beach and Coleman, together ,

year. This has been going on for sections, all full of many varieties of with proposed branch lines. 11 III I Ir
two or three generations, ,and yet it fish. These with thousands of quail '" 1

seems the supply is almost Inex- and squirrel, make a real sportsman's AVON PARK-Realization of the

haustible. Guilford and Union Cityon paradise. objects of the movement started here
the Southern railway with Dukes "Satsumas and other of the hard'er
several months ago to have Highlands
Lake Butler and Raiford, are ship- varieties of citrus fruits are being and lUrdee counies get together in

ping centers for these industries. extensively planted and have already pushing construction of a new cross-
to be adapted to this soil and
"The northern edge of Union proven state road is seen In an agreement
county is on the divide between climate. They are sure crop fruits. reached at a meeting here of road
Atlantic and the Gulf as is plainly The pecan does so well here that we enthusiasts.ST. .

shown by two large lakes. Palestine can safely challenge the best pecan -
lake is six miles due west from Swift sections of Georgia or Texas to show %
PETERSBURG-A silver lor- SAMg
Creek lake. Yet the waters from the a better pecan or a surer crop. Thereare
Ing cup, the gift of Harry II. Smitz, OL
Swift Creek lake flow a few miles thousands of acres of the choicest '
south of Palestine lake and on into !grade of pecan lands just begging local real estate operator Ig to b. -, P! By
given the citizen of St. Petersburg
the Gulf while those from Palestine for development.
lake flow a few miles north of Swift "The surface of the entire countyis
Creek lake and into the Atlantic: underlaid by several strata of rock, A TONIC
ocean. This portion of the county Is and by drilling to a depth of from Oro...'* TastaUa chill Tonic r-aree t

flat and calls for ditching in order to twenty-five to seventy-five feet one Energy and Vitality by Purifying: and d
drain off the water for successful I I finds beneath these rocks a pure Enriching the Blood. When you fel Its $ pzL\ LLe

farming. The southern and western healthful water which ris to within strengthening.InvltfotatlBtf effect,wt bow
it brings color to the cheeks and bow
portion hare better drainage and consequently fifteen to thirty feet of the surface
it Improves the will then ,0' COUR4r i iIOR
a lighter sandier soil. The Since this fact has become generally you
raising of chickens is proving very known and md e use of, malaria and appreciate Its true tonic value. AN AtirER "NNet' s
I have entirely disappeared! from Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply MOTMl0.
profitable in this sandy section. Many ague AAf1PAVcittreR
Iron and QuLain suspended la syrup. So 'HI
; farmers with three to five hundred our midst. pleasant even children like It. The bfcxxjneeds ,. ql
"Let's tell oar people that
I hens are making more money with young QUININE to Purify It and IRON to
less hard work than they formerly Union county' is a good place to stay. Enrich l I' e O.-_ M.!.*..! ....w anti

I made f rmirig a qvutwtetiun of -*_v, ...* JO l/eb..4 t*- -., ,4itha < C<1p II"' ''.,, i./ ..t ..* .s.ec-ii+."'.... larl*m-1
that land Providence It headquar-I world over." I I Jung EScct. Me, ..

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ROUSING MEETING HELD BY funds and are about ready to start I)"
KEYSTONE BOARD OF TRADE 'the erection of the first unit of their
c.i.a..l club house which will be located on I"INSURANCE

(Continued From Page 1)) or near the main thoroughfare and

ielj' Mr. Turner, who has made study ''will fill a long felt want. They continue I
That's Our Business
of agricultural conditions throughout I to serve excellent noon day |
not only this section, but a large !luncheons every other Thursday and' FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT HEALTH j
-- ----- number of states, says withouta I any person in this vicinity will miss i iI ,

1'hoiieH 2O mid IOU! I doubt the advantages for the I la treat if they. do not take adv.nta&e'' AUTOMOBILE, BONDS :
majority of all farm products cannotbe of them.
KEV. AND MRS. KICK' excelled. In all farming sections The board of trade wished to ex- Agency Established 1886

PLEASANT SOCIAL AFFAIR LITER GIVE DINNER PARTY the soil is looked upon simply as a press their appreciation to the J. R. DAVI S & CO.SOMEDAY
vehicle and intelligent use of the citizens of Starke for their coopera- .

Mr. and Mrs. Limbaugh delight- Thursday afternoon Rev. and Mrs. proper fertilizer added to the climatic iton and assistance in securing better
fully entertained the members of the !telephonic connections between the
L. W. Kickliter gave a sumptuous conditions will give this vicinity one
adult Bible classes of the Baptist I two towns. -- '
[dinner party to a few of their friends, t>f the greatest of opportunities in -------- -
Sunday school, at their home on East I at their hospitable home in east agricultural resources. He particularly Mrs. Mary R. Bergin, hostess- '

Call street, Friday evening, and over Starke. made stress of the need of manager of the Keystone Inn, has a+

fifty member .enjoyed the pleasant The bountiful spread consisted of treater cooperation between the just returned from the annual con-

social evening.: chicken pilau, boiled ham, potato country and city people adding that vention of the State Hotel Association -
As this was' the regular business at West Palm Beach. The
salad, pickled beet, Nova Scotia the greatest potential factor lay in
meeting of the Law Bible Class and macaroni the closer association and affiliationof purpose of this convention was to aid
relish hot biscuit, jellies, ,
the Bullen Bible Class, the devotional cocoanut,, marble and gold cake, the hankers, Chamber' of Iin making Florida an all year' state I f

exercise was held together in the banana ice cream; strawberries, and merce, etc, and the tillers of the com-I I and those in attendance were enthusiastic -
reception hall, parlor and living room Sad tea Mr. Jones of Starke spoke ; over the outlook. The i v

'opened ensuite. Dr. J. J. Bullen led The guests included .Mr. and Mrs.E. upon what the citizens of that town organization has a membership of

the service, after which the classes M. Thomas and' children, Miss were doing toward geting in closer I 350.A I
separated and held their businesssessions. fine new sign has been posted
Maria, Joseph and Victor, Mr. and touch with Keystone Heights; they I
I '(having just completed near the entrance to our town being
Mrs. J. T. Quigley Mrs. Clara : a telephone i
t New officers were elected in the Scotia Mr. line from that place. only one of the many ways of I
I|I Quigley, of Halifax, Nova '''
made 'i
fill vacancies
ladies' class to I'and Mrs. F. A. Scott Mrs. S. C. I Mr. Inman, also of Starke, gave a advertising which the company I IUII 1-l1 Iwi
'1 recent election of teacher All the the board trade in.l"
> of interested
very interesting talk on conditions
Carnell!, of Ormond, and :Mrs. Lucy !
Sunday school. The newly elected existing and stated that for I :
Powell. a time i ''f
officers are: I I this section had been slow in the road : hi7 I .. '
President, Mrs. F. A. Scott. LAWTEY BERRY PRICES I I It I
1 PARTY BEING HELD building program, but they were now '
LIt vice-president, I .
ON KINGSLEY LAKE ready to challenge any other state II I'
I Powell. for what 'had been,, accomplished In' -- .. .
2nd vice-president, Mrs. S. L. Peek. I i Kingsley Lake-will be the scene of this line"during the past two; :years.:'I (Continued From Page 1) II +I !I

3rd vice-president. Mrs. L. H. Ernst- ,''an interesting party of girls this I That Keystone Heights with its high |I Lawtey, Saturday, April 26th. i II "'1'"'"

man.Much I week-end. The party is chaperonedby altitude, beautiful pure water lakes,, I A. A. Hazen, of Brooker, was a a
business disposed of in '
was ; Mrs. Alvarez and Mrs. Richard. was one of the most ideal spots in I visitor here Wednesday. Mr. Hazen
/ both classes and new plans made forth The party left Jacksonville on Friday the state and that if the thousandsof is a candidate for the office of tax assessor I. !
, month's work, then the classes as- : I II
afternoon. people going to California could for Bradford county.
aenuMed for the social hour. The first '
I number"ton the was the9adies Those enjoying the party are but visit this or any of the other | J. W. Barber came home from Are you in the "Someday" ''Today"class? You
program Misses Helen McLeod Dot Richard, beautiful spots it is his opinion the Gainesville and spent Sunday with his,
I + class song, after which Mrs. I know, as well as those about you, so why don't you resolveto
would be
majority able
Anne Page, Doris Alvarez, Mary ; to see the family.
1 r.IA. E. Wall sang with much exprelI I Alvarez Nina Byrd Katherine War- advantages that they do not have In I)I Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett of }I answer that question now and let action replace idle yearnings -

I )Ion, "My Task" by Ashford. The ren, Jennie Burns, Elizabeth Cren- other places. He suggested a "know Jacksonville spent the week-end herewith ?
beautiful Indian "By the '
j song shaw and Dolores Morant.-Jackson- your neighbor ,campaign" keep boosting her mother Mrs. M. E. Edwards.
Waters of Minnetonka" by Luerience: The "Someday" plenty comfort and leisure does not
I I and throw | visited .
ville Journal, April 12th. out the knockers as Mrs. E. L. Biggs, of Starke,
was given as a solo by; Mr. come without the efforts of "Today." Replace wishing witha
I BVM< B aiB B B B BBHMBBB B BVHBM *>S" I hey( were made, not born. One particularly relatives here Thursday. .
j. John Powell. Mrs. Luther G. !
MRS. ANDERSON '.i. %. interesting point which he I| The Lawtey State Bank opened for purely mathematical reasoning and resolve to spend LESS '
i Powell who is talented reader -
a gave ( ENTERTAINED K. K. KLUB covered was the fact that the death i business Tuesday morning, having reorganized than you earn every day--week--month--year.
, numbers entitled I
two story "
one a
j rate of the state was 9 per 1000 and with E. Matthews, of -
}.' I "Weeds and Fl wers" and the Mrs. A. W. Anderson entertainedthe lof this particular section/ 3 per 1000 Starke, president; R. R. Thede, vice- Then put the difference in a saving bank accountgiltedge -

't' wonderful poem, "Home" by Edgar i I K. K. Klub Wednesday afternoon, of this particular section/ 3 per 1000. president and A. L. Taylor, of investment of bonds, first mortgages, etc. Soon--you'll) :
I each with the following members present: Mr. J. J. Lawrence, original founder I Palmetto cashier. The bank has find that the "Someday" has arrived and you can sit back to

guest Pencil and and they paper were were asked given to make I Mesdames G. M. Inman, N. Sternberg, I r of the Lawrence Developing (I!I been in the hands of state bank enjoy the fruits of your labors.
E. M. Davie E. M. Johns E. R. Neff, Company answered these gentlemen examiner, George White, of Starke,
the most words from, | This institution
possible wants to
O. L. Haynes, O. L. Beasley and Miss expressing the appreciation of the for the past three months. help you :
"Baiter Sunday", and in this conteltI' Jeannette Matthews. 1 Board of Trade for their presence and The ladies of the Grace Methodist and will pay'4-per cent on your saving
)frs. S. L. Hamrlck and Mrs. W. J. '
I i At the close of the bridge game It !interesting/ talks stating that they Aid Society ,will have their Easter
i' Fripp, of Klssimmee, were most sue- I was found that Mrs. E. M. Davis had I would find Keystone Heights Board of 'sale April 19, in the reception room Bradford
f fessful; making sixty-four words. made the highest score, and the ,j jI Trade always ready to cooperate with of Dr. G. W. Brown's office. Fancy County i
Mrs. assisted the
Limbaugh, by
; t I I hostess presented her with an em- 'them or any other organization 'for articles cakes and candy will be
: Social committee, served Ice cream broidered towel. Mrs. the betterment of sold. Come and and
. N. Sternberj the community buy help the Established 1889
tempting home-made cake. made low and was given as consolation that this had been the purpose of the!good work.D. .

f\ J : The decorations for this pre- a set of tea towels. developing company from the start W. Moore came home from I "Bradford County's Fimncial Stronghold"I
'g !I'- Easter affair were in keeping with 'I The hostess served chicken salad and would be carried out both" "by Jacksonville and spent Sunday with I I ,_
{ the se.lon-red '
and white lilies
;i '[olives, saltines and iced tea, with ,them and the Board of Trade. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. 'Y
I artistically; arranged, which also I'1 pansies as favors. Home-made candy I'I| The Woman's Club Is on* of the Moore. -
carried out the clans colors of red .
I 'I liveliest --
I and white.WOMAN'S. Wall served on the card tables during ( organizations at the' Heights The many friends of Dr. W. I. -
i the game. and their activities are so that Powell were made glad the first of .
J | iI many t.
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I .t+i+i+a+i HONE -$ "$+!
L il 11 j it would be hard to enumerate them. the week when they learned that he ;
'If r CLUB CARNIVAL I DALL.McGRIFr-- They have now produced sufficient I II had been returned here as pastor of X:

: I AND MAY POLE DANCE I I -- --- -. I Grace church for another year. ; CENT SALE

,! I I Friends in Starke have receivedcard. I 'large. The Juniors are planning on The Women's Christian Temper i
I t t The finance committee of the announcing the marriage of''giving them a grand send-off at the I ance Union met at the school house

I Woman's Club, Mrs. O. M.. Inman, Mr., Willis Manville Ball and Miss i I tnd o f the term. Ion Tuesday, April 15. It was a very I ALUMINUM WAREStrictly f

chairman, will hold a carnival and Jeaale Atkinson McGriff in Jacksonville | The Sophomore Class is planning a i I interesting meeting and they plannedto

May pole dance here on Thursday, en Thursday, April 10th. Mr. !picnic at the lake as soon as school is have another meeting on- May 6 at :: High Grade---99 cent Pure Aluminum f
May 1. Arrangements are being:I'I Ball is editor of the Florida Times- out. The class is rather large, having i the home of Mr. T. J. Terry. The per ...>

tII made for the event to be ,one pf the Union, a position he has occupied only two girls and two boys. I I mothers of the community are urgedto + Guaranteed For 20 Years

most complete ever attempted to bo ,.with conspicuous ability for many; | Thd Freshmen (Rats) have a real attend. '

f put on in Starke. The May pole { years. His bride is a charming I large class and it is the hope of the You can get fine quality aluminumware + SALE BEGINS AT 9 O'CLOCK A. H., SATURDAY APRIL 26th .!. .

dance will be held during the afternoon j{: woman and widely read authoress ,school that they will all finish together. ,j at the Ic Sale at the store of

,( and the main events of the I her literary contributions having ap- Howe & Bryan, Saturday, April 26th. i REMEMBER No Phone Orders, no goods will be wrapped i

carnival will be put on during the peared in a number of the leading ) The play this year has the I' Grace M. E. Sunday school will

evening. I j I magazine The Telegraph Joins cast. that the school has ever l.rgest'l I have an Easter egg hunt in the school ::.: FURNISH YOUR KITCHEN ;

t cordially In the state-wide shower of 'Is thought that it will be very sucfcesafu I yard Saturday afternoon at 4:30: .
BEAUTIFUL RECITAL I(' good wishes that will attend their I ). It is under the able direc- o'clock. All children from 12 years Y Sauce Pans, Preserving Kettles, Percolators, Tea Kettles, !

J marriage. I jtion of Mrs. Ceo. C. White, who I I of age down are invited to go. Each Sauce Pots, Round Roasters, Kettles, Double Boilers, etc. i

I Friday afternoon at the high I directed the play last year with such family are asked to furnish at least f
school auditorium Mrs. Wall's music I The many friends here of :Mr. Jos. great: auc esl., The name of the play a half dozen eggs..and, to send them $1.50 and $1.75 Values, only 79 cents i

pupils gave their second recital for IE. Wilson, who Is now living Cocoa, t i ito be! given is, "At the End of the I Ii ',to the home of Mrs J. T. Moore not :t and Values
1 this season, and all who had the will be pleased to learn that he is re- i Rainbow". j I I': later than 3:30: o'clock and these :. $1.75 $2.00 only 99 centsDON'T f

pleasure of attending the recital covering from a serious illness. He j Any one who does not know how to ,| who have no way of dyeing them, are :+
spoke very highly of the high! grade has returned to Cocoa after being in make love is advised to come and see reguested to send them to !Mrs. Mooreon MISS THIS GREAT MONEY SAVING SALE ;

work done under Mrs. Wall's direction. a Miami hospital for two weeks. I|Hugh Brownlee, Jr., as Hawkins the Friday afternoon.Mrs. .
II I j I butler, make love to the maid. And W. M. Harington and chil- Y GOODS ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE i

1 The school has been exceedingly Messrs. J. )I. Dubose, W. A. Dubose ,speaking of making love, Eunice drn returned to their home in Cairo, ::

; fortunate this term In having Mrs. ,end S. T. Dubose of Tampa, and i Perkins, the vamp, has no equal. Ga., th'! week, after spending few + Come Come i
Wall's training in chorus work, also ,J. M. Rogers, of Ellenton, were 1\In'l|I Since the hard road gang; ; has been' weeks here with her sister, Mrs. / HONE ;

in Individual grade work. The |Starke Saturday enroute to their ,,I working close to the school, the boys Charles Pitts. :+ GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
B. II. S. Glee Club sang several 'I homes, after attending the funeral of ,, have been getting ahead of the girls Mrs. M. E. Patterson spent Sunda) '..
I delightful choruses as part of the their mother, Mrs. J. I. Dubose, of in the studies. For some reason the with friends in Jacksonville Today Lawtey, Florida Today t

r 1 recital program. Worthington, on Friday. girls; do not seem interested in the R. R. Thede was a visitor to Jack

Among the pupils who took apleasing ( school work. sonville Sunday. ."...i+.... t+t+t+......t+t+i+ ......t+tiI
Owing to the
busy season
part in the recital were: coming 1 __ ___
Misiiea Iris lon, we have decided to continue business "
? Epperson, Ethel Griffin, -
',! Elizabeth Kendrick Blanche Alderman and will put on a big line of I -

4 ,t Thelma Snellgrove, Elise Jones, |I ladies' ready-to-wear, millinery, I ,
|,:novelties, etc. New goods arriving '
Eunice Perkins, Mildred Gill, Jessie I I
daily. Come in and look over.
'em j
Thomas, Fannie Darby, Rosa Leviton, II
Florence Andrews I i We appreciate your trade and will do j I j
and Isabel
1 Jt Fernandei. i everything It possible F. to A. please CROWDER.you. 'I|I When you ship Strawberries or Vegetables get our :.

i/,.: LUNCHEON FOR MRS. ISLER ,''I N. T. Ritch and family; are moving I ;. Market, Reliable Quotations, Prompt Returns

/1",1, 'Into
the former Stemburg house, q
t, lire R. A. Weeks and Miss.1 I[: Cherry street, this week. Painters I Io'

Marguerite Shriver gave a bridge have been working for several weekson "* / ,:. > BERRY & BRANDT '
luncheon and sewing .,. .. 1 I
"t party compli- the house and it Is now one of the : .
.f mentary to Mrs. Don Isler, of Canal' show places of Starke. PHILADELPHIA, PA. ," i

Zone, on Friday at the home
of Mrs. '
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remember Frank Berry '
Weeks in Brooker. HIGH SCHOOL TOPICS
?I'' The invited guests were: Mrs.

( Y Edward Burns, Mn.! E. M. Johns, Editors: V. H. HARRlSON.t
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., Miss Hilda/ Strath. Mrs. 0L. Gerald MhUkton(. ,, frank, Carpenter ., ..
Beasley. Miss lfabi1TWeU"". Mrs. I New York City, N. Y. 'Wa>,hingfon/D., ; .:Cr*'. "' -03 -.1 ::
J. W. .
Andrews Jrr MU-Jeannette Bradford High School will close .8? ..

i :Matthews Mrs. F. Stamp Mrs; N. April 25, having had one of the mostsuccessful t '." Wire Reliable Market Information from -. "
3 Bternberg, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss terra 1n',Mn... *" r I .or get
Aileen Alvarez, Mrs. Florence Powell, The palm trees which have lately : : R. 84 ALVAREZ, Starke, Florida
Mrs. J. M.' Mitchell all of Starlit; 1 been planted amend. the school

.Mrs. Clyde Graham Mrs" Cliff I!grounds\ will rreBflJ improve the I
Chauncey,. and Mrs.- S.T. DU, of I l looks of the campus .
d Gainesville. The senior Class of '24 :is unusually t

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r I Mrs. Stewart Wallace and baby, F. F. Stump left Wednesday for a The reading circle of the Methodist Mr. and Mrs. Philip Grau, who

who have been visiting Mrs. C. F. business trip to Jacksonville New missionary society will meet next make their home with their daughter,

Hoover, have returned to their home Smyrn, Eustis and Leesburg, in con Monday afternoon: at the home of Mrs. J. J. Bullon) observed the flfty-
Bits of Local ) in Hawthorne nection with his chain of stores at Mrs. J. H.' Rit h. The hour for. the
third anniversary of. their marriagelast ,
the three latter is
places. meeting three-thirty, and the- :' '
subject is Missions in Korea. Thursday. The'L4V Bib o Classof
Information' Miss Lucile Tatum, who has been
,. the guest of Miss Vivirette Floyd, returned Dr. W. E. Middleton and family are the Baptist Sunday'school presented -

.' ijxj Saturday to her home In Jacksonville moving today from the house they Why pay more for silk hose when Mr. and Mrs. Grau with a large
t oncerning Our People Business ana have occupied on North Walnut
) you can get Everwear for $1.00 at beautifully decorated angel-food
a#f Progress in the County and I' I street to their new home on West Stfrnberg's. cake
Madison street.
Town.'J :Miss Ola Griffin, of Waldo, and

Miss Ruth Eppes, of Tallahassee, -.- .
Shepard Is expected to preach --
were guests Saturday at the home of
Mesdames O. and Lillian the Easter sermon at the Presby- ]
Sheriff W. J. Epperson was a visitor Haynes Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.F. .
to Lawtey Sunday. Geiger, of Hampton, were shopping terian church next Sunday evening,

in Starke Friday. A. Crowder has been in Starke public.April 20. Cordial invitation to the "The Late[ Bird Gels The

Elkskln work shoes at Stum. 's, lseveral days of this week looking I Worm"I
special at $2.25. Best grade compound lard, $8.50 after business maters. He returnedto I II
Mm. H. C. Wimberly, Misses I
per 60 Ib. tub atliBennett's Grocery. Lake
City Wednesday.
.. di. Winifred Wimberly and Ethel Ricks,
S. C. Fellers here
William was on
Mean. R. C. Dinlin W. M. Wimberly -
business the first of the week. J. L. Frazee. Eeq., was attendingto Geo. C. White state bank examiner, and Francis Wllkenon. of High This is the way one of the government -
legal business in Jacksonville had busines In Lawtey in connection
land, were visitor to Starke Sunday.N. .
Miss Vivirette Floyd went to Jacksonville Tuesday and'Wednesday.. with the reopening of the Lawtey reports reads. Now it is '
Monday to visit friends. State Bank Tuesday.B. B. hull Mr. and Mrs. J. T. }

See the views of the Crucifixion at Quigley, Mrs. T. J. Hedges and Mrs. up to you. You can still make a +I

Mrs. E. L. BI g.' spent Wednesday the Woma 's Club Friday evening, at M. Dowling was a visitor to Clara Quigley, of Halifax, Nova ,

with friends in Jacksonvllte.I I 8:30.o'clock.: Alt are welcome.A. Lawtey Saturday, interviewing the Scotia, motored to Jacksonville Mon- good crop. "Faint heart ne'er won
voters of that section in regard to his day and spent the day.

candidacy for tax collector. fair Brace bad beginning
Heavy blue work shirts, 75 cents, L. Taylor, cashier of the lady. up---a
Lawtey State Bank, was a business Men's straws going fast at Sternberg' -
at Stump's.B visitor to Starke Saturday. Col. and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motor- .. may be a good, or a better
ed to Lawtey Wednesday afternoon

)I. Dowling spent Friday in I Cups and crAtes-the best kind-at and were guests of her mother, Mrs. ending. With the ideal weather
Lawtey attending to business. M. E. Edwards.
Bennett's .
____ Grocery.Mrs.
M>JL W i MWMWM that
we have a right to expect aft-
Miss Addie Baisden was a visitorto Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell returned LET THIS TONIC
J. O. Traxler, of St.
Jacksonville Friday. Wednesday from Cocoa, where er this month splendid of
Augustine, was a guest this week of crops
they visited their daughter, Mrs. T. G. REBUILD YOU
Gerald Middleton spent Sunday in Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Carter. ._ Corn Beans Peas Chufas Okra
Experiments and r rch workprov. ,
Hampton with friends. .that nearly everything "n In
W. E. Wainwright, of Plant City, soma manner be improved. How.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn and little .,.r.'lr.l_effort la nacerlf In Peanuts and other can
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. McMillan have I spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.E. Elaine of .Imo.e.v.ry.....tf reel retail ate many crops
daughter. Hampton, were .
returned from a trip to Tampa.* J. Wainwright.Mr. guests. Saturday of Mr. and Mrs.F. to quest b..ccompllah.d.Recent dlacoveriae experlmente made. and.our anbee labor. be made by planting in Mayor

Heavy blue work shirts 76 cents, and Mrs. R. S. Humphries and A. Scott. increased cory enable...ua..110 to In.uaantee.r..tly croinbaitlnc Ma later.
Mrs. Freeman Register visited rela- lutist Chills and Fever Culda end
at Stump's.Frank Mrs. F. A. Scott and daughter, Mrs.S. te Urlppe.
tives in Tampa this week.
C. Carneell, of Ormond, spent ASK YOUR DRUGGIST
and Rodman Crosby madea Tuesday in Hampton with Mrs L. J. Sweet
trip to Hastings this week. : Full 0' Pep Laying Mash and Baby Wynn. FOR 101 TONIC potatoes are worth more

Chick Starter at Bennett's Grocery.Mrs. The IMPROVED .. .
tonic .1.
rl. P.v.r. Cold and La on the market today than ever be-
Mrs. G. W. Brown, of Lawtey, was II..r.d.
Misses Louise Crawford and Mable farlppa.. "S f. oat Saiwlbla.,

in town Tuesday shopping. Pauline. ,E.have R. been Miner visiting and her daughter sister,, Lynn, of Emlenton, Pa., who have I 25CHow's __ fore. By ALL MEANS get in 1'

been visiting Miss Mable Weller, left
Mrs. G. C. Sweat spent Wednesdayin Mrs. T. G. Carter, in Cocoa.
Waldo visiting friends. I Wednesday to return home. some as early as you can. a

Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and little son, r
Rev. and Mrs. L. L. King, of Pablo
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Tallahassee, are guests of her' (
Beach, motored here Thursday
McRae Sunday morning, a son. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. THIS? Set some Berry Plants for run-

Mrs. R. A. Weeks of Brooker and Quigley.Mrs.( do HALL'S what w.CATARRH claim for It-MEDICINHJ rfcl :your system will I The number of plants set
You can find sun hats for the of Catarrh or Deafness caused by ners.
I whole family at Stump's.Mrs. her guest, Mrs. Don Isler, spent Catarrh.HALL'S. "
: L. E. Dowling and daughter, CATARRH MEDICINES con-
yesterday. with Mrs. O. L Beasley. Mrs. May Jones, who have been Visiting Ida of an Ulntrmtnt whlih Quickly. for runners this season is far under

M. E. Edwards and son, Mrs. W. E.: Middleton, returnedto th.Relieves Internal th.'catarrhal:Medicine,Inflammation a Tonlo. which and
'I Laurie, were week-end guests at the Miss Marguerite Shriver, of Brooker their home In Eau GallIe last art through.. thus th.awLtlng Illnod on to r.itor.the Muoou.Surt.c. the average. We are handling
home of Col. and Mrs. A. Z..Adkins. was the guest of Mrs. Edward mal condition.. nor-
I I Burns yesterday.A Friday. Bold by drua-glnU for over 40 T.ar. plants from the W. F. Allen Co. f
F. J. Ch.n.y: A Co. Toledo O.
Thomas Gilchrist, of Brunswick, Mrs. J. F. Colley and lon, Ray, left ,
Ga.,(is the guest !of hi.l l brotherinlaw good guaranteed flour 'at $1 per Saturday for a motor trip to Wil- -.-. -- --- -- -- I of Salisbury, Md. Always true to
'Dr. 24 lb. sack. Phone Bennett's Grocery.
E. L. Biggs.
liston, Hernando, Mulberry and) other
points. They will return home the I HOTEL MARION name.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Futch and Mrs. J. G. Philips of Jacksonville,
latter part of this week. I
party, of Hampton, were visitors to spent Sunday with her sister! Mrs.E. .

Starke Monday afternoon. M. Davis. Mrs. Florence Powell left Tuesday I STARKE FLA. I Our stock of fertilizers is com-

for Fitgerald, Ga., where she will I
You can find sun hats for the )\lrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter,, visit Mrs. Grantham. Before return- Under New Management plete. Something suitable for ev-

whole family at Stump's.R. Lucile, spent Friday and Saturday in ing home she will also visit Mrs. Center of City i
Jacksonville with Mrs. E. F. Pomeroy.
A. Weeks of Brooker, was a ; I Ward of Douglass, Ga. f Excellent Rooma-Excellent I II crop.

business visitor to Starke Wednesday Elkskin work shoes at Stump's, I Meals. I
R. A. and T. C. Thomas of
afternoon. special at $2.25. Palatka, and Mrs. Merritt, of Fort Everything in feeds at the right
., "Ask the Traveling Man.
Mrs. L. M. Gray and Miss Aileen- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman Pierce, were guests Sunday at the I I Choice I t.
home of Dr. and Mr.. W. E. Mid prices. Timothy Hay, or
Alvarez motored to Gainesville Monday motored to Jacksonville Wednesdayon ___ -L.
afternoon. a busines trip. dleton. .. .
can save you money by buying

t Messrs. J. H. and J. T. Moore, of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baisden, of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and home hay in bulk. Bring
little 666 grown
daughter, Nettle went to Jack-
Lawtey, were visitors to Starke Jacksonville, spent the week-end in
Saturday. Starke with his mother, Mrs. M. A. sonville Saturday and were the rack.
Hay stored in Starke.
Baisden.Mr. guests of her sister! Mrs. James is a prescription for Malaria, your

Godbold. Chills and Fever Bil-
Everwear hose for ladies in all Dengue.or

colors, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 at and Mrs. L. W. Strickland, of Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. T. N. ious Fever, It kills the germs. The very best of Groceries Fruit
Sternberg's.Mrs. Waldo, spent Friday in Starke with ,
UmbauRh and Mrs. J. F. Kickliter
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. went to Waldo last week to conduct Call us and let us tell you more about and Vegetables: We carry Hardware
R. H. Dean, of Jacksonville, J. C. Manning.
a meeting of the Woman's Missionary
was a guest this week of her brother I Brick Lime
,. Cement and
their subject being missions in ad A 00SCOTT' ,
F. L. Turner. You can get fine quality aluminumware

at the Ic Sale at the store of South America. i roofing Wire Fencing Nails Sta-

Billy Graham spent the week-end Howe & Bryan, Saturday, April 26th. ,
Colds Cause drip an4 Influenza
in Jacksonville with his mother, Mrs. ples Etc.J!
and mno* thcatjw.
LaMlra Graham. Mrs. J. C. Manning daughters, .
Misses Ella and Dora, spent Sundayin "..,.Them...... fa..iroly. .ooa. h. ."Y1+-p'.** eulnKaW t

Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and little son, Waldo with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. 1 J5 In [short our store is "The Peo- I
A. Z. Jr., spent Friday in Lawtey Strickland.Mrs.

with her mother, Mrs. M. E. Edwards. H. E. LAGERGRENLand t ple'sStore.[ "
I Homer B. Limbaugh, of Tal-

Don't fail to attend 'the Ic lahassee, arrived Wednesday for a and Engineering Surveying

Aluminum Sale at Howe & Bryan, visit with her husband's parents, Mr. % r
I Courteous clerks and fair
Lawtey, Saturday, April 26th. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh.Mr. ITA. FLORIDAHemingway's S treat r

Attorneys A. S. Crews and A. Z. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and ment. I IHULL'S

Adkins attended circuit court in Mac- Royce Gainey, of Brooker, were visitors .Market"The I
clenny the first of the week. to Starke Sunday spending the
day with relatives.
Best In Meata"WESTERN
:Miss Ethel Griffin spent Saturday
in Jacksonville with her aunt, Mrs. I Millinery in all the new styles at

W. J. Griffin. Stern berg's. '
Loin Steak, Ib 35e

Mrs. Effie Miner, of Lawtey, spent I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Alvarez and Round Steak Ib 25c j I

Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. L. son, J. G., of Jacksonville, motored Pork Chop., Ib 25c /sari Bess -

JUi' s. here Sunday and were guests of Mrs.Alvarez' Spare Ribs, Ib 20c -
mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace
:Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett and

daughter,'Stella,flf Jacksonville were Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones and : Steak, Ib 30c Phone Numbers B4-J and 84-W. INMAN & RITCH

weekend guests of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. their guest, Mrs. B. E. Jones, motored Round Steak. Ib 25c .

to Jacksonville Tuesday and spent Stew Meat, Ib 12 1.2 & lOc __......dI """' ......uk&__... ..._- REPRESENT INSURANCE THE nEST LEADING

Grocery Best ,creen 22 cents coffee lb. at Bennett's the day. Pork Chops, Ib. 20c COFFINS & CASKETS ACCIDENT, LIFE COMPANIES, AUTOMOBILE FIRE .

Mrs. S. G. Eastman and Miss Jack Pork Stew, Ib. 15c And a Fall Line ., BONDS, LIABILITY ., .j

:Mrs. 1Vi. Bryan *r h oCWesley, Eastman, of Richmond, Va., are expected Boiled Ham lb. SOc Und.rr.l.rr a/jsU ADJUSTMENTS MADE PROMPTLY-* '

.f Lawtey, were visitors;to Starke to arrive today to visit Mrs. '"
Sausage, Ib 25c AUTOMOBILE :ARS&AIw.e
Wednesday ReginaTJ tray. . .. .. '
Sliced Ham, Ib 40c esi k..d- The best seeV. 'r' "
... at Ue hw.at .rie.s. 0..- ; jUt
about that tailor-made still? 4 "COULD BETTEI FEKT1UZE BE LADE WE WOULD IT"
DeWitt C. Jones business How Ham.. Ib 20ArmoWrVShield
was a ssaJ ..... .. .. telecrssh ares
visitor to Green Cove Wed- See Sternberg. Breakfast ..._, B<('|. tartar. s.t esrl'a.w April pitoUrt *f .e". "SIMON. PUSUf sad Oat
Springs Beclstsrerf z. ."N1>.* whfefc. .... .......m .taadard. .1 Halltr t<* Ik. .... frtv peen ... trl.slds
nesday. and Strips Ib> 2Sc '._ ..... al rar ,...II.. Qaallty .........., a*< ... __.. Cut la. Mai
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson Fresh and Salt Water Fish 5 DeWITT JONES for -'_ AI.. ..._ bat. .t I..ru4d..prays,.. 0- sad p..t& Ier4 Ala.,
Messrs. RJ. Turner and Everett daughters of Michigan and Mrs.S. ... to sew red. wrist at eaia.
Renfrew, of New River businessvisitor M. Wells, of Jacksonville, motored Fruits and Vegetables. i3 ST.ARia. FLAt ..
were E ,0, raiaterFtrtiliaerC.. JaclueoviO, Fl.- c4 '
to Starke Saturday., here Sunday and ealfed on friend Phone 19 ... T- <.


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I Harley Andreu was a business visitor Saturday. .. Wauchula] -Contract let for construction

SefttthlQ r to Worthington one day last Mrs. W. T. Wallace and Thomas of Hardee county roads to

I FARMERS FARMING week. Wallace, Jr., were shopping in be financed by $850,000 bond issue.
Mrs. N. G. Hayes visited Brooker
Saturday.Mr. Hampton Thursday. Piney Point--I.OOO.OOO' corporation -

-- -- -- -- Mrs. II. D. May was a visitor to Gulf
and Mrs. L. A. Cook and sons organized to develop shore

IL FARMERS AND TRUCKERS ARE INVITED TO CONTRIBUTE were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hampton Saturday. residence section.Boynton$40,000.. -,


TO BE BEST SUITED TO OUR COUNTY. I I C. Andreu -left Monday for St. Fort Pierce-First carload of erected for Bank of Boynton.
I I ._ Petersburg where ha will seek, em potatoes shipped by Sebastian Packing Pensacola-$2,000,000* to be spent
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l ,. __. mulch serves as a blanket to keep ployment. company opens St. Lucie county for development of Gulf Beach highway -
I terminal lands.bookkeeper .
'. EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY the moisture in the soil from evapo- season.

AGENTS' REPORTS rating. And if it does not rain, we Say "Bayer"InsistI TIIERESSA ---- n__ m -_- _

u .. 'just simply can't afford to let the
Theressa 11 C. A. Young-
April \ ,.
St. Johns: Visited farm of II. 11'1 water that's in the ground get away. For Pain Headache blood was transacting business in
he is a strong That's\ why I am getting these implements
Bailey of Hastings; ; Neuralgia Rheumatism Starke Monday.Mrs. .
for business
in diversification; has been ready
Walter Lindsey left Monday
from his farm all That is what Gus told me.
selling vegetables Lumbago Colds
for St. Augustine where she will visit
winter and is now marketing sweet And he is right. You know, Gusis her husband. 0 pttti tikey0

pen blossoms by wholesale; 'these about the best farmer in our neck Accept on1 a

are mere additions to his regularline of the woods. lIe's not only got / Bayer package Mr. Willis Gilyard. Miss Gertrude

of raining spring potatoes and sense, but be tries to learn new l Ideas MM. I Swindul, Mr. S. R. Swindul and Miss

selling milk. all the time. Every year he takes in which contains proven directions Ida Hagan motored to Florlchome

Santa Rosa: Local growers who Farmer's Week up at the state Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet Sunday.E. I
killed the colds at Gainesville and then he Also bottles of 24 and 100-Druggists S. Sibley was a visitor to
had trees by university tiri otb
satsumft 4e
e .
Aspirin Ie) the trod mark or oars M.nn.ficturo ec
) of the winter are still optimistic and reads bulletins and farm journals.I o( Mono itlcacld.Bf a.llcrlleald Hampton Saturday.Mr. 1
and Mrs. E. L. Bennett of

are putting out new trees to take the went home and fixed up my har- v1 she

place of those dead. row and weeder. We got to take. BRADFORD Mims are receiving congratulationsover te a c:the

Ye Jefferson: There was organized care of that supply of water in the' the arrival of a daughter, the
Bradford, April 11.-L. A. Cooke 1st of April.P. et P ti's
i here this week a county-wide chamberof 'soil. Nature is good all right, but I t1 c of
commerce with sound financial Nature or nothing else is going to was in Starko Tuesday.N. M. Geiger was a visitor to $

backing/ and plenty of man-power; it help the fellow who doesn't study G. Hayes was a business visitor Hampton Friday.
Mr. Cecil Moore: of Sunbeam is
will greatly aid' our extension work. !land work and try to help himself. to Worthington the first of the I
Putman: Potato harvest has week. visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs.

begun at Federal Point) yield of No. FLORIDA SHOULD PRODUCE P. ,W. Moore, here. Ceocakcb te ,e
j Desmond Dukes, of Dukes passed Rev. Jones of Hampton visit-
l's is beter than a year ago; prices MORE MILK
around barrel. through here 'en route to Brooker ing friends here Monday.L. \ I s
ore good $14 a ; Ii a ag trioo1Bri d
Monday. L. Youngblood transacting gAYfji
',s St. Lucie: Most of the potato crop "If the South would wake up and was

has been dug. Citrus trees are producing do the dairy work it is capable of A. E. Raborn and N. G. Hayes w.re business in Starke Monday.H. Other
excellent bloom holding fair week-end visitors to' Gainesville. E. Moorer was among the visitors a an9as
doing, I don't know what we Wis- {
for a big crop; citrus shipments are consin people would do." That state- C. M. and S. C. Andreu were visitors to Hampton Saturday. a Sales o

t being made steadily, but still much ment was made by D. II. Otis, director to New River one day last week. B. C. Owsley and Calvin Triest I'
motored over to Hampton Saturday.Mrs. .
fruit on trees.Seminole of the Agricultural Commission' L. A. Cooke and son, Earl were t /
Walter Lindsey and Miss Lee
: Our celery advertising of the American Bankers' Association in Brooker Saturday. t

campaign among New Orleans house- at a recent meeting in Gainesville of Hagan were shopping in Hampton I

wives Is underway; we are sending Florida agricultural workers and rep- TRAIN SCHEDULES

t out 35,000 recipes. Celery is moving resentative Florida bankers.At (In effect Nov. 11, 192 )
: out rapidly and for high prices. SouthboundNo. -
present Wisconsin produces
I Alachua: Farmers at Alachua are per cent of the cheese made In the 7.0 1 reaches Starke at 12:16 a. m. -v-ou. JSTEEP JfrOOTT FAIL. r JBiiJ t
Crowing plants to set 200 acres of No. 3, 10:59: a. m.
United States. There.Mr. Otis
I tobacco. Potato outlook at LaCrosse the farmers have to feed their says, No. 21, Cedar Key, 6:00 p. m. Somebody must be "It" in every watchman. Then the elder Logan
i III excellent. Tomato plantings at No. IS, Limited, 1:16 p. m. walk of life. James Logan, millionaire lost his job and the landlord took
seven months out of the year, "whilein NorthboundNo. the and horse for rent and LEIf '
t General Manager of the cow
Trenton came thru the recent colds HA 'r'
9 1c 1 Florida you are growing green 2 reaches Starke 4:16: a. m. V. S. Envelope Co., of Worcester, ousted theiRJim went to work in a -.
I all right, but many other truck crops practically the entire year." No. 4, 4:26: p. m. Mass., says: "The day always woolen mill at 18.80 per month.
crops of county were killed and for those who hang When he was eleven his right arm
It has been estimated that Florida No. 20, Cedar Key, 8:50: a. m. comes on tight. salesman and
farmers are replanting. No. 16, Limited, 5:57: ) p. m. You've got to find the WAY to was crushed in a machine and he manager
Madison: Truck crops are up and needs to produce $20,000,000 more of Wannee Branch- hang on, that's all." 'Logan started was crippled for life. But he at $700 a year. Three years
dairy products in order to supply her life 72 ago Ina STUCK to his job. After 14 hours' later he formed an envelope
years poverty
growing line farm all No. 101 leaves StArke ':45
are : a. m.
; crops
studied book- of his otra. Ills reputation -
own demands stricken hut in a tiny village in work In the mill he company
planted; tobacco plants are being No. 104, arrives Starke 3:15 p. m. Scotland. Out of work and witha keeping. Then the Civil War broke for honesty became a by-

trann{ilanted.Duval T. J. GRIFFIN, wife and four children to i ip- out; his age and his crippled body word. The banks loaned him
PRESERVE EGGS IN SPRING; Agent. his Working I money. His business became the
: Had good meeting. of the I port. Logan's father brought his prevented enlisting. '
t : I agricultural committee of the USE WATER GLASS METHODIn family to America when Jim was holidays, Sundays and until mid- largest in the United States. In
I three months old. The father paid night his pay jumped to $31 a 1898) the U. S. Envelope Co. merger
i t chamber of commerce Friday; rep spring in- Are You Tired, Achy- for passage over by working as a month and the whole family livedon was consummated. He was mada
many put
; I resentatives of most of banks present eggs are coal heaver. Settling in Worcester, it. At 18 he was a finished vice-president and general! man
I ; principal purpose Is to offer cld storage. The reason for this Is AH Run Down? the family lived in a hut three bookkeeper and got a job at $150 ager, at $100,000 a year. That'was

, .' I into the waiting truck for that that egg production is heaviest at miles from town for which they a year in a dry goods store. 28 years ago. Today he is worth
':.- i possible assistance to thecounty's that time, making prices fall to their paid $2 a month rent. When Jim A firm, crippled by the war, millions. And he still lives in Wor-
: every ten his father was a night heard of Jim and hired him as reater.fib. .
I poultrymen. lowest! ]level. The eggs are held in This SUrke! Resilient T<<,lt.'ou How was ,

t '- Osceclu] : Prospects good for one cold! storage. The reason for this is to (Jet Well. ...
i I of the scarcity and high prices in winter i
largest citrus in the
t, crops Tired all the time?
and fall months. Then they sold
I history of the county. Will begin are .
I.ume still and achy -- --- - -- ---- -
t harvesting early potatoes next week. fresh egg prices. The cold Tortured with nagging bnckache'
f I storage people double their in Knifelike -- --
money when
Taylor: Potato crops are in fine twinges you stoopor

1 i i I shape and all are pleased with this way. Miserable lift? with headaches, dizzy I ..KaO.u Cyclone Caught In die Act '
1 prospects tobacco beds are ready profit can realizedby spells and bladder irregularities?

for plants to be transplanted.] the housewife. Eggs can be successfully All are signs: of kidney sickness! .
r I Leon: Blueberry specialist was preserved at this time for Use Doan's Pills. a stimulant diuretic

J I here from Washington this week home use in fall and winter when Here's to tho Starke kidneys.testimony:

I searching for wild specimens for eggs are scarce and prices high. "If Mm. B. Stilley, Madison St., flays:
breeding_ purposes; several found it it a good business for the cold "I suffered from lame back and kidney

: here of particular promise. Ile storage operator why is it not good complaint. A heavy dull ache in my

J i. I seemed to think conditions here business for the housewife?" asks back made me miserable and I wag I
hardly able to get around. I felt tired,
} I make this a great blueberrygrowing II. B. Lansden extension poultrymanof languid and out ,of norts. I uae d I
center. the Florida College of Agriculture.Most Doan's Pills from Mitchell's Drum
< housewives Store:\ and I was cured of the attack.
fruit and
Price !flOe at all dealers. Don't
y KEEP THE WATER IN THE SOIL vegetables, even meat, and make simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

J., ___ I preserves, jellies, jam etc., doing so Doan Pills-the same that Mrs

.. By Spuds Johnson while they are plentiful and cheap Stilley had. ter-Milburn Co.,
Mfrs.. Buffalo N. Y.
--- use when such products are not

About this time o; the year" we obtainable except from the grocery- tc s jw a cA

I farming folks begin talking about man at high, cost. They have learned ,

"how dry it is". No matter how that this is a logical and thrifty eooI.hM4ed JboC C'rapber Wu ftUDs qo J ala treat porch aUfB"U1'! IUUu,' the ether'd :r-when tEa
tqf1lAdo, Wlliela .w.pt IDIcI die st
I much rain we had, April usually is thing to do. White House Hope '.Eire oC u. twister ra SUM, reached his towm. Ha prasaed the bu1b-&D4.

d 4 dry month. And crops suffer as a Eggs as well as fruit have their No. 4Seu&tor I

result. \ season of greatest plenty. Spring ii

This Is the case .nearly every the; natural production season for -

spring. But most of us go right on the hen. .
year after year, making our calcula- The best method of
tions on "maybe it will rain". And preservingeggs YOU weee OUT MA.YO13 .)U<;T BE ABLE TO ONLY FILL' IT-
Is the
by of
use water I
Any body knows that this is poor glass SWEET PRACTICING' YOUR TOLD ME I HAP A FILL THE. BUT EMPTY
( of local
I procure druggist). To 9
parts of water use 1 part of water
I Gus Weeks neighbor of mineIs HOME
. 'I -near glass. Boil the water, add the water

a a pretty level-headed chap. He glass, thoroly] agitate, put the solu-
I net me to thinking about this weather tion into crock SP
a or glass jar. Gather l
business. It was only yesterday. I eggs twice daily to insure their being 'Q.ar'1( Vole It

was on my .way up to Bob Williams' fresh place them into the solution as "Sank Ahead o

general store, and rode by to see Gut gathered until the liquid in the jars W Other*"

t 1 about putting out some lespedeza and within about three inches of the top.

carpet grass seed in the fiatwoodi< Place a cheesecloth or paper coveringover
d'I between oar places. I found him busy the to
jar keep out trash. Place O
I tightening the bolts on bill acme harrow the: jar in the coolest place In the I by
and wccder.
touse. If no cellar, a north-side room
t I' "What you up to now, Gus" I will answer. TerryCiilk7son

1e Bays.
The jar should be inspected occa- 0
"Spuds, don't you remember we Z71bHt

sionally and if the solution is .
} evaporating aVT Qafia
always suffer from rain in late spring
4': add more water that has been Samuel Ralston of Indiana -
and early summer? And a whole lot
who has been selected by
boiled. Do not add
more water glass.
of It is our own fault. We plant our "Boss" Tom Tac art as the Democratic I.
1 ,' -r crops and trust too much to luck. I'm The object of boiling the water is to Presidential nominee If be PAPBAPOftOV cAY4 BUT WHY? ) '1E6I

getting my harrow and weeder In kill all bacteria.: ran prevsll upon "Bosses" Cbarlee tip rS OH THB 14 60T A KNOW BUT .)U9T 6ucH
t have been Murpby of New York, and William pg06RAM TOI 51N6- WCftY POOR. A ,a Wl JJi'i
'r shape. If the weather Is like it usually Eggs preserved by this Brennao of Chicago to band over THINK Of HIS'

'. I Is, these will do all the plowing or method for 12 months. For detailed New York and Illinois delegations. -CERTAIN BMW VOICE/ NERve MAN(

cultivating our crops need for the Instructions sea your home demonstration Coalition of these three delegation HIM ;; !
;I first few weeks. agent. If none in your would prevent the nomination of 9\ ;

y "The thing to do Is to form a dust county, write to Professor Lansden at any two-third other MIle candidate Is In elrect.I sn long. as the ) Saytt1gt94. r

mulch over the fields, and keep it Gainesville.It .

\ there. And with the harrow' or is necessary that eggs to be "1+711

,F 'Weeder you can cover so much more preserved be fresh when put into the I FOB HOME AND STABLE (
ground in a day of work. The dust solution. Pre.ervlnlfIllli does not I The extraordinary Borotone treatment
the for flesh wounds, cut, sores, galls, burns
improve quality. Better eggs and scalds u
Just u effective! in tha stablaaa
No Worn .faaV. nealtbjr Child cannot be taken out of the solution] in the home. Horse flesh beats with

All ealMna trakkd with Worm here a. ... than, were put In. Infertile keep bet- remarkable speed under its powerful in fz
b. lthr color,vkfck todfcaiM pm blood,and M* tar than fertile fluence. The treatment is the same for
into. them to nan or.1... stomach ........- e&,1lSDe uaimals .. for humans. Fint wash out
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC limn n...- I infectious germs with liquid Borosona,
Isis low__lyre wok wiV nrfch th.Wont Qclahw Tint Dow \'let\ Affect 1114 Maid and the Borosoon Powder complete the C0WTIM4 TWftXA44
tat prov*lh.dUwioe,tod act..a naumt Swoft k- 11eeje.e ttf ke toned. red 1__ .- re h (liquid) SOc 60a M A
..... Toolctt t.b.vLo.'t-jU m. Nature wl'llh.e! eaproaadPer30rise ,
n\ UROMO QlilNTNE/ : (Tee .. and Dote
threw a/Trrdbp' the wor_t,.Ddlb.Cluldwtllbe .._ ottoouc noiiod _- .?..*, fonlnj' and 60o. Sold by TAILxti.
i to s.sAibakb.Maas. ,o.k'Me prrbattla' III tll.llee4. C.W.GKOVC3: Uaotmna bra. .,> J ALL DRUCSTORXa.

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; TIlE COUNTRY- DOCTOR /Hayes' Milton Brownlee Jr., Merrill tag legislation. I T MADE THE SAME'AS I apples not. so ood-prlce 10' cents ","",ant that If awardvd the cnntnut the ,

Futch George Inman Richard Long,, The senate will probably receive I jdilor. will ....lIen the contract and si"** bond
Miss Madge apiece. .. ,, ..
riten by Middleton, Glcnk a* ", I. !.
member of the frtahman ,' McMillan James Richard I the tax and bonus bills from its I You can't do much The right I. neerced" to rejetf any er all
is a Wainwright. Miss Isabel Bullen finance committee. The THIRTY YEARS AGO for that situation blila, and to construct any or all or *ucbDortlur
_$ at the Woman's College, Tal- teacher. present plan until you do something about of (h... ,..,.... a. the ItaMrd may.
I' of Republican leaders is to give the I d....'... at any Urn. prior to th* final ecnvplptliin
_8ee. "The Country Doctor" wan Sixth Crack T">OR 30 years physicians have controlling middlemen. of th* work.
Louise! bonus bill
: Hayes, Theodore ) right of way with actionon .
H prescribed Gudu's Prpto-Man- Plan anil peelneatlnn be
tten as a test English paper, and -0- may iran at th
Young, Evelyn Strickland Lois the revenue measure next In order. I JL Bin because it contains a form office) of the County. Engineer, ant coplea of
given the highest grade in the I I8S. Colley, Thelma Sileox Lena Belle of iron which ia readily absorbed. Scientist! fear the approach of .the. ._ln .II"n. may be obtained from. the
of tho Board ,.
nrretary at 13.10
I Shepord Pearl Manning Wilma !MARCH RECORD BREAKING does not upset the stomach or affect another Ice Age. The last one lasted April 8. 101)4.) per lOP

f while passing along the street, I I Edwards Iris Brown. Mrs. the teeth and is a splendid' tonIc I 1,000 years long enough to make B. S. MATTHEWS.Chairman.!: .
Charlie .
new ghirigle with folded MONTH FOR FORD and blood enricher. At your !rug.git'a human all
a a name Powell teacher. beings forget almost they C. A. FUTCH, '
in both
liquid and tablets. .
M. D. similar I had learned.It SecretaryNOTICE
by a or a titlo Seventh
Grade: Hollis Bower Ruth Free TVJ.,1 T Li To..foryoisrnif l "C-I&.I-I.
Retail deliveries of Ford and atlas aauieis : :\:
ringing over the gate or a door of. cars tie. h...uh-f>uiMinvalu I would be hard _
__ Sternberg Edna on business
__ .
Strickland. Mr. E. trucks in the United States of Gude'a Pepto-Mancan. writ today TO CONTRACTORS'
home, there is a mingled feeling of Thornquest teacher. the month of during for saneroua Trial !'..... of Tableta._.Send estate and, prosperity (generally if Sealnd blda will bo ,......Iv"" by. the Board
March no
the mon.-Ju. and .0101
and pain) in my heart. Some Eighth Bam to we should htro two three of Pond TI'\IaWooo of Hrailford County. Florida. .
Grade: Lois Gainey Ruth record M. J. Ur.il.nb.ch Co., II Vf.rr.n St.. N. Y. or years at th
breaking ( office'
total of 205,735 it of Board
pIe would never consider the little Power. Mrs. Besle McG ruder pf winter with no summer between I at Stark. t.hnii'ic'J., : p..h.... May

______ gn, but to me there Is nothing more teacher. Company.was announced by the Ford Motor Gude'septoanan I fend then ice gradually creeping down i'I for llth ronHtructlnir 1924. and at or that Improving time publicly the following opened.

thetlc and morn noble than a Ninth Grade: Florence from the Pole covering the continent, i' roaila or ...,lIon. of road In Bradford county.t
\buntry docor. Andrews Nothing in the history of the automobile I I i Road No. 14 Rtatc Road 11 to New River '
Cl'evy as far South as!! San Francisco ,j
Norman Gussie Mae B< Aa the young! doctor enters the town Mrs. Jay industry compares with this Santa Barbara. i nil.. ,

_rhich he has chosen to be his home Twelfth Alderman Grade: Blanche teacher.Alderman remarkable record. \\Jonic and Blood Enrichffr I But perhaps it won't happen or I I Annrnnlmat Road No. an.lenoth Road'.1 No.mile 1 to*. Sampson City. I

| e Is not welcomed with open arms by Iris Epperson Isabel Fernandez A significant feature developed ,fiance miarht handle the situation I'I 1. K.."ari_."1'1.__._..._1_**... Mlate I.n.oh Road B a....IS.ll_to__ Road No.

|heold settlers of the town, nor is he Eunice Perkins Clauda: Ten-y Laura during the last ten days of the month ORLANDO-Plans are under way with art!flea I heating. Anyhow it dj.Road It'.. No.I Appmivlmat li'tenalo".ltaaduNG. length S to.KM.
1.7 mllac.
iven the honor to I when sales j )
make professional Wynn. S. I averaged 10,804 cars and would Road No. HI. '
S. Dowling teacher. for the organization of the not disturb old earth. She has Road No. 8 tn Road No. C
calls upon them. lIe is held aloof and trucks a day :indicating that the proposed still several hundred million Kit.nalon. Appronlmat, lnvth 1.7 mil..
years to I Riiail No. I*. R..01 No. I to Deans Brldvc.
Called a "young upstart". It is first 2 ORDERS TO PROTECT spring buying\ rush has begun and (200,000 state investment companyof live. We are only 12,000 years from .I I pprovlmat lencth '.1 mite.
aid of him that he that under the Road No. 17.I Road No. 1 to New Hop
hail better'be this Florida Realtors'
EX-SERVICE enormous demand Association.A the Stone
MEN TO Age. It matters little to I Roail. Approxlmat length f.S mile. '
aking a living!; by chopping stumps BE PUT INTO EFFECT production of the company will be committee was also appointed to Mother Earth whether we become Clay Real. No. 14 lln Kxtennion.:. fltat Road IS to
[than trying to kill people with his taxed to the limit in endeavor I Approximate length 1.1
an to investigate the proposition of allowing civilized now or forget our lore and milr! ,
ills. How does the doctor meet the heavy flood of orders. I Road No. ID. Road No. 41 to Road No. T.
WASHINGTON April 12.-Two the Chinese development to include postpone civilization 100,000 years I Approxlrnat 'length 48 mile.

face these problems Does ha turn orders for the protection of former the state of Florida. It has more. There are living animals Approxlmat Road 1'1... S2 lanirth, Road II No.mllca.13 to William'.
back on his beloved profession? service men whose compensation has PINE HILL been proposed, to bring the Chinese "whose evolution represents ten million j, Tha total loncthc of thce projet {I. ap

jNo, undaunted by harsh and sneering been determined for disability of hore from, California to work in many years the whale for Instance p..lm.t.'r' qll.ntltJ.I SIB mil**. th. llama on which

(words he strives on, hoping some day service origin will be put in effect Pine Hill April 11.-The farmersare of the groves. The action of the committee that used to live on land and wai pmpoeat... spa dmlrcd are approximately a.

jto be of service to his community.After Shortly by Director all busy preparing the land to smaller than lull. :
limes of the will be reported at the next a gray squirrel. ORDER FOR PUBLICATION

weary months of endless toil, Veteran's Bureau. plant over such crops as have been meeting, I Colonel Bryan need not believe In Circuit. Court. Sl.t. of Florida. Kl.htb

{the young doctor performs some deed Under destroyed by the flood. They Jutllclal. Circuit. Bradford County. In Chan
a ruling effective April )I, seem that if he doesn't want to. It's only ear?..
(that awakens the people to the fact fence an award has been made to to be encouraged for some think that what scientists say. Farmer A. Deal. Bank. a. corporation

I that he isn't so worthless. Indeed a veteran for most of the heavy rain is over. omwnlaed and ....tlnll
disablement in service -- under the law* of tha Slat of

I the young doctor almost has a"thrill" such disability shall not be re-rated R. E. L. Greene has moved to Max. William Ferree war veteran bat Florida.Complainant.m .

when he ia asked to become and compensation stopped after the villa to take charge of his father's I IJ had two-thirds of his stomach removed
J. J. "te.rl.... .t ale.,
the "family doctor" of some of the I four months time allowed for appeal truck and stock farm there. 8I and has gained thirty-flvo Defendant

most prominent people.A without the final approval of the R. H. Greene returned home Friday !- pounds. in weight. Ha Is now ablo to kill It tiled aporarlns. tn Htm by .bo..en afflilavlt ..l pp.n. m..mm..I t*tttrn tb.*
.- years though not all of I direct or. from his farm at Maxville where work and enjoy life. Albert Knlley. Eeter Kalley nil wife. Sherman

them are pleasant- spent in service The order In effect Director Hines he has been for several days herding iinc ; Jthiit!l...) Nature and science combined work I h... wlf William the defendanta and M... therein Hherman named WIIMaM ar.

and the "fresh young thing" has said will eliminate cattle. lie nonreldcnt of th. 8tat of Florlila.' and
many hardships reports cattle in wonders and will take .
vanished good care of us, if I Ii they am _Ilellta of lluffaln. Slat* of New
and the "doctor" is in the experienced by former service men condition considering cold and rainy' IVe a mighty good opinion of i we give them half a chance. Many n York and ar. seek over the a*. of tweaty-
heart of the on. It U th...,,,..
community.\ who have bees? year ordered that caldnnnrcaldeiit
denied weather. the I
compensationor plain, old-fashioned plan ( man with his stomach whole would I defendant b* and ar* hrby rnulrd *--
In the face of a county doctor I hospitalization through errors in J. E. Clemons that they shouldn't for office be better off with to appear. to th* hill of ..,mpl.I.'
run half of he
see nothing except love and I and E. H. demons | it if filed In sail ...... on or he,.... Monti?., th*
pride for original ratings. If, after review of motored to Starke one day last week till the office seeka the man learned to take care of what he had tut day of April A. V. 1924 otherwUa th*

his people. For indeed they are his an adjudication it appears the findIngs -I' to buy more seed and attend to other -lor. It's mighty nigh disgnstln'/ I left. If men, occasionally would f.allHiratloiu..... by paid of aalil defendant.bill will b. taken a* ....-
. people; has brought many of them as to service connection when It I I. further ordered that
was erroneous business. we contemplate the mob throw into a pail what they throw this onler' b*
into the "ul>lI.h..1 once a week fur four eonaeeiitlv
world has
watched and( the district board of appeals : that cavorts around the half chewed into their week. In th ftradford '
I J. W. L. Pinholster Mrs. Alice country i I stomachs and County Telegraph a
guarded their growth. :He sees them I concerned will forward the case to simply huntln fer job! I then look the newipaper published In aald County. and
achieve ,,0IivE'r. Miss Canty Oliver Messrs. a at pail, they would III.'..
great things in life and his the central board which will make j' Of Thla March
face ,:Elbert Harrell Frank and Dalphls course the princely sal | know why so many die too soon. Ulh. 1924.
glows with pride but not a word recommendations to the U. W. ALPRRMAN.:
of I director. j Harrell visited the State Farm Sun- ary's a mighty tempttn bait to I -0I -- (Seal) Clerk' Circuit. (.011.... 4'a
self-praise does he speak. But I'd j I Pending the latter's approval of the day. the crooked politicians that I Learned Harvard gentlemen-who ,. 0. A. KN1CIIT.Deputy .

like to be a wee small voice to I re-rating the veteran will continue to'|' would like Clerk.
to serve th. state,- j might be morn usefully employed P; M JOHNS.
whisper in his ear "You receive benefits. I Parrish and Johnnie Solicitor fur Complainant.Jl5t4lI
are the !
I[ I call to mind the doln's of i will undertake thought transmission,
cause of this." II i Douglass were in Brooker Saturday. I'
i ii I some over-trusted men who or telepathy from Harvard to PIrhl.1'' NOTICR: or APPLICATION FOR TAX DI.B
It is even more than CONGRESS WILL SPEED j I Ii i Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Colson were in UNIIFH SECTION I7i OF TUB
professionalduty I would serve the country saferIf across the Atlantic ocean. It Is a I GENERAL STATUTES
I 9
that forces the doctor to face UP LEGISLATION Brooker Saturday. we had 'em in the penlI've harmless pastime and if the gentlemen '| Nolle I I. hereby. clven that R. O. Helber.

the unpleasantness of cold and rainy -: ; I I The bridge/: at Scout Hole Is almost watched the game impartial ,, on both sides have enough Int-,:, acT 170.. dated purvhaeer th* of 7th part day. of of tax Jun..aerttfleat A. D. HOT.i No..

'weather and drive miles to visit To Close Before June Convention- impassable for vehicles owing to the and 111 i ham lied" haamailn
a state In white and agination they will believe they have I : "ii.tttt't:. : for.tt.ld'I.n: ,In
patient regardless of the hour. It Expect Tax and Bonus Billsto i recent storm.A black that we better watch. the accomplished something --: i ii aordane with ,law. Bald *ertlrleaU .mb,...

'ia ,the great love that he has; a love I Senate This Week j small number of -vounir._ _folk m.. candidate that' first upon the -0-- I j the Itrailfnrtl fnlluwlnv....unt dmcrlbed,.. Florida. property, ...-.It I situateS la

that very few people experience.I j gathered at the home of Miss Ruby track. And when I cast my i: Meanwhile It is fortunate for the !, Houth Half of South Half of Buuth...
Quarter. 'Hrr. 11. Tp. S 8.. It 12 B. 40
see a doctor as he carefully WASHINGTON, April 12.-Hope Douglass. Games were played and ballot, as I'm mighty apt to do human race that slowly through the)) The **ld land b..ln. aaaeeaed; at the, date aerea.of
watches over the life that ful that congress!! will find its I I music th*' .Uauann. of such oertlflcat In the ".m.
seems to way was given until) a latehour you'll\ fee mo ,scratch the. teller men han learned with thu of F. U. Brown (Iruntee).

be passing from the earth. He sits clear to bring its present session to ,, when they departed all reported Out bad the least to do I Itlpoken and printed word that they IJnbw. said .ertlneat .h.lt b. redeemed!

hour after hour wishing that he a close before the June political''having, had a nice time. can transfer thought from one brain Moordinir th. Ulh to day law.of tax April ded A.will O. lull4.issue throaton

might be able to retain the ffeeing life. conventions, house and senate leaders [ Miss Pearl \ eca'rcs TMlfl to another satisfactorily. There Wltnru rny official' I ilirnatui and ...1 Ibis
I i I Greene, Dave, Lell..yand M th. 11th day. of March A. D. 1194.
His face Is in a radiant glow as Into expect to make substantial progress Roy attended the social at the never will bo any such thing us telepathy O. W. ALPKHMAN.

the body there comes the easy breath this week toward disposing of press home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas. on thin limited planet. (Seal) Oy Clerk a A. Circuit KNIGHT.Court.

that was nearly lost. Imagine the I. S-U-vt-4-ll Deputy. Clerk.DHPICK A

Joy that he has. Yet not a word of Most foolish activity is the attack roe l'III1UC'ATIOI'/ '

praise for himself does he utter. .; It .1"IPidP.I -k DJ made on Mr. Mellon secretary of the Juillalal In, Circuit' Clroull.Court Bradford. Hlate of COunty rlorda.|, In Kluhth Chan

Again I can see the doctor as he Treasury. Those that attack him ..",. ,

sits by the bedside ofa beloved should thank him for his services to lana Complainant M. Hauett.

patient watching life slowly ebb Time To Look Facts in the Face the government.No Mont llauett..... I.

away. It seeing as if his heart Is -. longer a young man, overworked Pvfendant.

I breaking with the desire to grasp Two with gigantic Interests of his It appearing, hy. affidavit apinded| to th*
the outstanding discloaurea that comma aa a result of bill $I.I In the abnv utd cauxi that Mont
fleeing life and hold it back. lIe the recent naval maneuvers and which should command This own that needed his attention and I Haneett. the dttfrntfant therein named' I. a
thinks it is notenou h to use all serious Week that nobody else could attend to he nun.rvalilent of th. Hlat of Florida anil he
thought from the American a **I. people are, first that the : ICaold City| Mlehliian and I I.
power and ...
then say "I've done my Panama Canal cannot withstand dropped his own business and took up I the air* of writy.on year* I It la there
best. assault ; and second the for ordered that sail
His whole soul is filled with the financial affairs of the United .. nonrwildent defendant
statement of Rear Admiral Plunlcett. Commandant I t and I* hereby reiitimtd to appear u the
pity and the I bill'" of )
sympathy. Life has slipped tat.ell. complaint Alec In call cause on of
beyond Brooklyn Navy Yard that if our battle fleet were ordered I before Mumlay. the 1th day of May. A. P.
reach. Does it not take to the lIe did this at a time when a. ,Kit. otherwise the alienation of aald bill
Philippines it would be
able to get there but that it .
"III taken
courage to face the a onreaeed by maid defendant.
world an'3 everybody knows the "best brain
"I say could not operate or get back home again unless some friendly in I U la further ordered that onler b* publlah-
could not do the ed on.* week for .
anything ? Al country was needed to manage a four trmeccutlv week
nation sold" to this government fuel l III the Kradrord .
enough to enable the County Telegraph.
though in the heart of the United States finances.{ a new* -
people the ships to move. paper punllahed In ald County and: State.
truth has stood that "lie has done -0.lIe .- Thla. April Snd 124.U. .
what he This statement the Admiral explained, is not a theory I W. AI.DKRMAN.
I has
They look to him managed finances well hall flle.1I) Clerk Clrcul: Court.
with but a condition demonstrated by events leading to the .5 By. C. .
love and gratitude. up By Arthur Brisbane made possible reduction/ in taxation/ A- KNIiillT.Deputy
battle of Manila when the fact that Clerk.
Who is a British coal-laden has H. A.
it then that faces life and cut down by hundreds of millions GRERN.
death with a smile, who stands the ship was purchased saved the day for Uncle Sam. ItEMKMIiKIt TIlE MIDDLE MAN.ANU1'IIEU yearly the national debt. HollnlUir for Complainant. 4-4-tt-5-a

battles and hardships of life withouta There is something wrong somewhere when this country ICE AGE. He is giving to the public for the NOTICB OF ELECTION
murmur? 'Tis must depend upon the friendship of any foreign nation TELEI'ATHY. salary of a junior clerk
only a martyr that the servicesof By aba power .
.et.4 In them by th. law'
for its naval ATTACK ON
bravely faces all conditions of life. A operation. :Friendship between nations hangson MELLON. one of the ablest business( and of lie 8tt : Florida. th* flnarii: of Publl
a thread even thinner than that which binds the individual financial Instruction of rrdford! county. Florida Mr.by .-
martyr indeed and to me there is no minds in the United States. ealU elrctlona to b* held In Roster dub
greater martyr than the Country relationship. It is always taut and ready to snap. The Senate Interstate Oommerce lIe should be thanked not nagged. ..*h..nl dletrlct No. S and Sampson. flub school
Indeed recent exhibitions dlatrlet No. IS on Tueaday April It. 10241| to
demonstrating that the Committee votes
Doctor. grim unanimously to give elect thre* truatee each and to determine th'
power behind the call of the dollar made a blind man see that farm products the lowest possible To Cur. a Cold In One l I'll> ueceedlnc amount of two irllla yean. .to...In.t be ...their_... for th*

HONOR ROLL OF B. even noblesse oblige is no more exi tant. transportation rate on railroads. It's r... LAXATIVE tlROMO QDININF.! ': Tehlrte 1 dletrleu.. reepeeIN*
II. S. This background throws into bold for nfopclhc (:OU |h an"i.la". 'ha mid worh4 olr ,1ilU J. For the pu."... of boldln. said lection ,la
relief good those that
our situation / eat farm products. e< t W. oRO"!; ciniiaiurcou' each b.... *". Rosier district. J. B. ",...lor, Jtm. Rootl_. J, W.
in reference to American merchant marine. If we must BUt what about the middleman ('.....n.. m........, Kobt. Horns CIe...

Seventh Month look forward to future wars then the demand for Cut the freight rates all For. the purpoae of "holding said cleatlo la
a power you please J. L. Sampson dlatrwt M. Varne*. J. l.. Wynn, R.
First Grade ful merchant marine ia imperative to our safety. If on the and that won't help the farmer if the CI.4rowa.... eta appointed 81.0"... T. C. Joo**.

Louie : Dorothy Ray White other hand we may look forward to the elimination of war middleman cuts the reduction in ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR" If. B. WICOIN9. L. W. K1CKL1TKK.

and Louise Brown, Marion Wil ( ....".. Chair.....
then and freight from AT LAWPOSTOFFICE
hams Polly)) RiveTs our prosperity development will be measured largely the price he pays. the 3.M.1"4-11 .
Edith Thornton farm..,
Jackson by our position on the seas. BUILDING

Jackson Rivers Rivers Edith Thornton It is a peculiar fact that America can find the money And it won't help the consumer if STARKE FLA. FFOBT. N.. 14. .*
Martha Swambon to finance other nations which in turn use our money to a middleman adds to the cost of food THE HAMPTON STATE HANK. HAMPTON.
Powell.)) Miss Olive Ray their but what is eared in :I. tha Stale .4 Flerte*. at Ik. *'IM f kta
''hac her. develop shipping power that when, it cornea to the freight rate. Clearing and tfrubbln* 167S acre*. .. -
I .. a* .rcb II. l>14.
KiMoatlnn UV10 cable rd..
7 >
Second Grade production of money for the development of American shipe -0- ftiia "' ....hl.. a-radtna 1470 ctatloa 5.-a....

: Lois Adkina Eunice'anova upon the sea the purse strings are pulled tight.In At the little ferry that crosses the Moad RiMhlM... crailing (Ban.....'.,. lection) 1 M.IM oa real. out. -------.._.*,.(H1T
Martha Brownlee Lois Long ISO elation 1 x>.ne ocj collateral _rlt,. other.
liable the light of present events the words of Admiral Hudson river opposite Kingston t1oi.t.d pllln MM tin. ft. has. real _..c. -._ '181 14
Netr. Marguerite Prevatt Benson uttered when he in N. Y., farmers Untreated ctmctaral Umber lit* ... All other loan and dlaonunt
was charge: the United were unloading 1.211
States --
.Jaarjorie Stump CI., .. ..In. material. SOOO .... ,.e. Overdraft _
Dorothy ---- (114
Arthur Bitch Shipping Board are almost prophetic. Benson said that magnificent apples in barrels. The Unite I of overhaul I'M al *. V.I.... Statea Bond* ____. 7600.041
Darby Jones S. R. John. Jr., the American back price at which the farmer Mixing and. ihapln cand alar. .." ".. llanklnv llmeve, Famllvr* and-
Sinclair putting flag upon the seas was depend.. sold them Z (MIO .... ,.... nature* _, .
Peek Jr., Eldredge Robinson ent on the understanding of the farmer. His was about 3 for a cent. At a little 13 Inch pip* .I.rta. Ol lla. ft. (rth.. real ..c.--. ._??. 4425.55 ausuls
Charles programmeof I* Inch plu aul...... 1'- ....
Henry McMillan Miss Ethel (71 lla. Griffin enlightenment waa rudely shattered and in the whirligig stand Inside the ferry house a lady 14 Inch pipe cal.eru. tin lln. ft. (ash Item tV<.4 4*
with All work to b* d,a. In accordance with Cash an bead -
of political scramble which followed his a pleasant face was selling -. 144S.M
Third retirement the th* *. a-envral
Grade .
: A: Margaret li.t':: :: provlalon '
Brown ,
stuck into the epxIIUaUoo aad TOTAL 1
toeile- Edwards. spades were deep ground which formed the ..d contract of Bradford _..at* ,.. Bropoaal .-....--__ .minis*

Fourth foundation of American peace and safety. Perhaps it ia To Stop a Couth Quick ):.rh bid muat be accompanied by. a LUWUUe.
Grade B. Mary. Brownlee.. certllUd tock paid in liooo OS
check or a HOcler. "bond" mad. -
Visa Jessie Thomas teacher. not yet too late to save ourselves maritime extinction. take HAYES' HEALING HONEY. a able to E. 8. Matthete*. Ch.I....... Hoard par of Undivided 1111"101I."d _._._..... 1100.
profit (lleee' .
Hand Truetee *, for ip.eaand *
couth which of th
Fourth Grade A: Etholin White Mope the math by bjd. a* evidence ItI.h; and* amount Wlee pale) .---.------.. 1295 14
Joe "And now are there any questions asked the presidinc officer I heeling tie Inflamed and Irritated tlssuee. a* a ndlTtdual depwll cubj.ct to check .25417.55
Brown. Lester Price Robinson at a public village meeting after annoonelnr, what he lateoded t* A box of GROVES O-PEN-TKATE Tima Ortlncau of devoelt ..-..X04 oll

Ben Steinberg, R. L. Thomas Tb lm* do. A man In the audience arose. "Mr. Chairman," h. said, whereupon SALVE for Cbost Cold*. Head Colds and .AN EXniLABATINCl EFFECT Caahler ctteck ocutandm. .- >o.00

$451,. Julian Peck Jr. Miss Nellie the presiding officer smashed him on the head with a chair.. Croup ls enclosed with evsry bottle of A bottle of Herbinn on the shelf at TOTAL ..._-..tittl.M

Steams teacktr. "Are there any more question Too asked the preeiding officer. HAYES* HEALING HONEY. The salve borne Is i bke baring a doctor in the house Stac. of Flori.U. (".....t,. of Bradford a*, i
Which U one war of conducting a political meeting.We shook! be rubbed tm the chest sod throat all the time. It gives instant relief when 1. A. A. rilTCIf. Cachler. of th* *bo.*
Fifth Grad.:: Vivian Kite Muriel of cklidren suffering from a Cold or Croup the digestion gets out of order or the .awntkmed Bank do olemaly. wear that th*

Silco. Della Williamson Wilson are told that 25""* of the public echo*] papUa hi New York: n. ..an..caw*. *f Karec' HMtttnf Honey toI I I bowel fail to act. One or twodo.rsia i "ho,owlelire e auHemral and ....la..,.true A. A.to FUTCH th ....t. *of*....mr..
aid tha ...... all that in
hare defective rhiion. What about our orernment official wh_ tkroac- nrltk Ik keio effect of neceemry to start things nior- COBRLCT: '/- ?!
'V.S O'Pr.... Sere. tbrotuh the pore of jag and restore that fine
they are looking at contracts T tAi frrling of exhit w. a BE A La.
caal *aan
ctop S cwaek
Piles1 Ctweo ia t> to 14 Day Batk aration and buoyancy of spmu which 'bo- S R JOHN
rcaaadte-peeked hi CM eutan e4 UVc I
fevjsfcureftnxfinonn If PAZO Ilc OtNTMClfT fills Sing Sine'ieporta that Anderson, convict prohibition leader rnailllli4" ueelaie : 60o .
{ rtuclichln*, Blind )'.. Pllt gets .
2S11! "f ..".... lwblo .lta.1'1*..rPretnKUiuf and roe caa f very thirsty breaking reck. Sing Sing of course U dry for the pri wJust ask your draUIat for HAVES' 41k Iraaacrlaed., sad ,cworn. to before a>* Uk>
f J. ... HEALING HONEY. All Drug St April Itt
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TO MEET HEREON Everybody bring well filled baskets METHODIST dlaeharse. the I dotlaa of the office to th. beat I COUNTY COMMISSIONER_DI8T. Na. I
of ability, according to law and without
my : I I .
Bradford County. Telegraph I.1 I MEMORIAL DAY H. M. McRae, J. L. Underhill H. II fear or ,.assn. (:];0. A. GARDINER. (i re-election D'tri'announce: office myself a candidate eomasla-for
r .. Lewis, committee; G. M. Inman, Sunday morning at eleven o'clock 10RLI&IPr stoner for :No. 1. re-elected
=:.= -- ---- I1 will Blye the same careful and
;;: -= oonaelaatioaaattention'la
; I j Memorial Day, chairman. the childrenof the Methodist Sunday I hereby annoanea myself a candidate fbrSberlOT > &1>. duties of the office aa I ban
Published weekly and entered &II 'r April 26th, being school will give the Easter program of Bradford county and U elected I i'in tbe past. LOUIS fl. HILL
there will be a special meeting of promo efficient admlniitratloa of thai eber- '
.Jcoad class matter, at the poet JJ. No. 1617 POLITICAL PICNIC AT "Worshiping the King", under the IITc 0111.. I land for law anforaamant. POI COUNTY' cosuaMioNEet.ourr. :zI
J. Dickinson Camp equally applied to on. and all. without fear
office at Starke, Florida. 'Stark PINE: LEVEL SCHOOLThere direction of Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs. or f._.. 1 shall appreciate tba support of I I I hereby announce myself. a candidate far
courthouse in
U. C. V., at the i[ reelection for county commissioner from
= I tha voters at tba primary. Jane Vrd.
8.-- .0........ iat' 10 o'clock a. m. All members of A. Z. Adkins Miss Hilda Struth and W. M. (MITCH) EDWARDS.I : >. District" the No.district S. If reelected and ..Da.be will eoatinueairing bmti..nia
MATTHEWS Mrs. E. Neff.
Edlte., I the camp are requested to be present.W. will be a basket picnic at hereby announce myself a candidate for of which I am capable. Respectfully'submitted.
J. C. aoarNSON..ManagingPUBLISHED T. WEEKS Pine Liver school house Friday, May Easter evening, at 8 o'clock, there re-election to tba office ot Sheriff of Bradford J. M. BROWNLEE.
If ra-eiccted I will, in the
enact F aa pait.
Captain-Commander. 2. Everybody invited to come and will be a sacred concert and a cordial para no pair In tha full discharge of all thacutlM FOR COMMISSIONER-DISTRICT No. II

EVERY FRIDAY bring well-filled baskets. Candidates invitation is extended to the general of the offtc. and I ...._tip solicit tha hereby announce that I am a candidate
support of tba votera at tha enauina; primary. for county ___Ion.r. District No. .. t
Ladies' slippers in all\ the new will be given an opportunity to ad- public. Respectfully W. J. EfPURSOH.: \bare served Uia county as a member. of- the
board and am willing to ba judged by
my rec
dress those COMMITTEE.
r SUBSCRIPTION RATE novelties at Sternberg'v" present I hereby announce mytvlf aa a candidate orb U elected I promise. faithful and ecuaefentioua .
CHURCH OF CHRIST for shrift of Bradford county. 1.0 service to the duties of the .tr......
U.50 -- acquainted with tha duties of office and Kespeotfully. J. L. UNDERBILL.I !: .
i Per Year WORK DEATH OF J. N. THOMAS promise* if elected to dlaeharo tbem to the
RAINS DELAYING utmost of my ability with equal justiea to -
., {I Six Months .__ 75c ON LATERAL ROADS Sunday, 11 a. m.-Easter, A Time alL I earnestly solicit tba support of tbavoters hereby arena to the votera that I ama
,". --- I J. N. Thomas, of the Sampson sec of Joy. at &1>. mauler primary. candidate for the office of county commissioner.
- --- --- A. B. ALV4UI _. District No. S. If elected to this
'1 I : I tion, died In Starke Monday after an At 7:45: Concerning the Res office I beat
p. pledge my efforts at all times
the lateral roads of the
illness of three weeks with typhoid ,to the interesta of the eounty.f. .
: \ I county is progresing slowly on ac- fever. He wait brought here for urrection.Bible school and Communion I I n-eUetlon I hereby to annoonce the oflea myself of Clerk a candldste of the Circuit for W. PBEVATT.t!:

I I at curt of Bradford subject to the
count of the unfavorable weath fcon- county
II treatment but he was unable to with- 10 a. m. 'action of the voters at &1>. eomlnaprimary.June I andldat.
hereby myself
I ditions.\ Where it has been possible stand the inroads of the disease in 3rd. 1 appreciate the' duties'" of this Important for County announce Commissioner. District aa a No. S Icomr".lalif
II office( but feel 1 that 1 qualified
I for the contractors to start the workgoing ant Brooker and New River. U elect
spite of the best medical attention. PRESBYTERIANWhy to discharge them. Having served tha public I ... a faithful and efficient performance "
I have succeeded in before, tba voters are well abla to Judgesa 1
they making
The funeral services were held Tues to my fitness for tha office. and If they of the dutica of the office, and will
( showing during the time they could work. always for tbe' beat interests of the
a choose to elect m. I promise faithful .ndolflelant
I { day at Mt. Sinai cemetery near ..... .. entire; county. Respectfully
I'j \L work. The has had I Am For the Church \ Your support la respectfully I A.
'j ground hardly I B. SURRENCY.
Graham; Dr. J. J. Bullen, of the solicited. U. W.
off allowI I am interested in the church because A1.DIoRltAN'1 r.
time to dry sufficiently to I ; :
First church Starke officiating. hereby announce myself a candidate for
Baptist -
I _ I the work to go ahead before the rains it has the greatest potential 1 hereby announce myeelC a candidate for the' office, of county commissioner. District. ",A,

No. 4954 'again call a halt. Mr. Thomas was a life-long resident power for good of any American dent re-election of school to 1 tbe of office Bradford i of county county aup.rlnt.a1 subject to I No.and promise 5 comprising. If elected Brooker: to give and the New voters River of

j, (Membership in National Highway Work has been going on Inter- institution. Banks provide more the primary on June Srd. I Prom..... If nominated the district and th. county at lam the
of Sampson City and had the and elected, to perform the duties of beat service of which I em capable. Respectfully
Association) mittently on the Kingsley lake roads confidence and good will of all who mediums of exchange; factories make the office to the best I of my ability. I solicit submitted. S. V. ANDREWS.
tie vote of every* voter la the county. Respectfully
but the things
extreme wet weather has
I II, knew him. Of near relatives he are soon consumed submitted. H. B. WIGGINS.FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-DrST. N. I
held back the progress of the work to i ; great stores satisfy our only The friends of Re*. L. W. Klakliter ash for I
I leaves three brothers two hla 1
and sisters re-election' aa a member of tb. Board of :
s THE JOY OF EASTER a great extent. This has been true to his temporary wants but the church TAX ASSESSOR Public Instruction for district No. 1 of Brad
mourn I am a candidate for nomination to tie office ford
Mr. Klekllter
eounty. baa liven tbe
j of the work other roads where offers that "something" which is the .
on of county assessor of taxes of Bradford satisfaction during the several terma h.
{ (J. J. Bullen) crews are root pf all permanent health happiness county and respectfully solicit your oo-opera* .has served on the board and we consider It
I working. DEATH OF MR. E. D. PREVATTAT tion and support in the Democratic. primary to the Interest of the voters and the county
This joy will be felt all over the GREEN COVE and prosperity. If it is true election to .be held Juno .. 124. I assure row that bis services be ....nUnaad.I .

that I deeply appreciate u.. aonndenco and
civilized world. The bells from thousands SULLIV AN.GRJFFlS our great churches are inefficient and support you have riven. me In the past and I MANY FRIENDS.

s of Christian churches will\ I News reached here Wednesday of inactive, but that is not their fault. approval trust that for my another official record""", Respectfully may have ,jour MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD-eaaRadidat.for

I proclaim it in tuneful chimes with I Mr. James Ellis Sullivan and Miss the death of Mr. E. D. Prevatt, of They have the power and are glad I N. D. WAUNWRIGBT. :: :: : :: school myself board,a district No. a.

ever recurring sweetness. And even I i|I Eva Griffis were united in marriage on Green Cove Springs which oceured to supply it to us, but we must go to I hereby announce myself aa a candidate I'I':0 duties elected. of I promise the office a-faithful to the.

far across the seas, in strongholds of I Sunday, April 13th, at; 7 o'clock p. m., the night before. Mr. Prevatt had the church to get it.-Roger W. Bab- county for tba subject office of to tax the aaaessor action of of the Bradford Democratic I I solicit tho vote of ovary

\ pagan supersition they are learning I I at the home of Rev. L. W. Klekliter, been ill for several days but his con I son. : voters promise at the to primary UI June S,rform 1814. the Ifelected primary to- ..be L..I.held June WYNN.3rd.Respctfully. .

that the Lord Is risen. Even there who performed the ceremony. dition Tuesday was considerably im Doctor Sheppard will\ preach in the dutira 01 the office: keeplna a eC' correct I .
r hereby announce that' I am a candidate
,, the blessed music wakens the dawn I Both of these young people have proved and his family had hopes of evening at eight o'clock. record of all. work connected A.therewith.A. HAZEN.:Veryrespectfully. for. member of the school board. District No.

Easter and there is light I, a host of friends throughout this > I was raised en a farm at Graham and
of the day, his rapid recovery. He apparently FOR TAX COLLECTOR have taught school for 3.. years. I am

on dusky faces, and Joy In narrow section who will wish them all passed away suddenly during the BAPTIST CHURCH I hereby announce to the public. that I am I familiar with all the affairs; of school work.
J solicit the vote of Democrat la the
a candidate for re-election tot office of every
lives, and the idols are tottering, and' happiness in their married life. night, as Wednesday morning he was county tax collector, subject to the will of I Itho ,, primary to be held June Srd. I promise. .

i"f I on the night of heathen supersition found dead. His daughter, Mrs. Sunday promises to be a great day election people to at.be the held coming June .Democratic. 1S24. Promtvlnc.primary I i,lit faithful elected.discharge. Respectfully of the submitted.duties of the office

I hires the morning star of the com- POLITICAL PICNIC AT H. A. Bishop of Starke, had been in with us, in the worship of God. The if/ re-elected, the same personal, aoartooua aneliei.nt I J. A. WASDIN.
Service In the future as In tbe past.
r, ing kingdom. KELLY SCHOOL' HOUSE Green Cove Springs for a week attending gladness of the Easter season will\ I will appreciate your vote. Sincerely. FOR BOND TRUSTEE. Dlst. N. I
The word Easter thrills the E. W. HAYEs I hereby announce my: candidacy for the
I I very -
I her father. prevail at 111of\ the gatherings. office of Road Bond T......... District No.8.
' ( heart with gladness, bringing its There will\ be a picnic at Kelly M' .. Prevatt was at one time a There will be special features at; the I hereby announce ;myself; s candidate for Brooker and New River, I have served thea"'Rno

't, a welcome announcement that the school on Friday, )May 2, given resident of this section and the Bible school, which meets at 9:45a. : the I +dif of support tax collector of the of voters Bradford of the county.counI I I capacities of and the feel county that before I am fully In different ca'pahlei I

, gloom Is past, and the time of bud by the Ladies' Aid Society. All friends of the family sympathize with A contest is on between the ty, elected, .I promise a faithful disehance i"f looking .after their best Into........ tpledica
m. the of said O f my best efforts toward this end If
and blossom, leaf and spray, glancing II candidateshouse are invited to be present. them in their bereavement. men's and women's classes, and each fully U d.dati. B. M.DOWLING. elected. R. A. WEEKS. (

and sudden floating cloud
-- -- Is looking for a record ,, -
and prismatic shower, the time of 1'.c' _._ ; '
under )
growing I --= --- There are classes for all\ ages,
affluence and beauty and I ;
the direction of well prepared .
I and rapture of high vitality in plant j -

i'' and human life alike-that wondrous I II teachers. }
when the
Divine worship at 11:00: ,
I time has come again. And with the Your Easter Plans pastor will speak on "The Resurrection. -

I :' at Easter what
t j I spring thought more II IIt ." The special music prepared
natural what and In-1
t more helpful 1
1 by the choir will be a helpful part
t t': 1 1 spicing, than to take our thought;' of, the service. | THE LAWTEY STATE BANK

Lack along the until at'
ages pause ;
The three B. Y. P. Unions meet at ,
... the garden, and, behold our Lord', leads the'
I 6:45. Thos. Limbaugh
) I victor over death, stepping from !
I Senior, Miss Bullen the Intermediate,
'1 I among the lilies\ which swing their 1 and the pastor the Junior. The eve- Reorganized on a strong and conservative

"t, ,. censers His path as? if. to scatter Incense in ," % ning services at 7:45: will be of an basis'solicits the banking business of firms

I especial nature. The young ladies
Easter is a season of joy. Yet -. -. entitled corporations and individuals.We .
will\ present a pantomime ,
I t t thera are those who make a positive "0 Zion Haste." The Juniors will\ here the
I to citizens of
religion of grief, and like Rachel are give our
have a part in the service, singing
I refuses to be comforted while I safe for their
they for the first time their Junior song, community a place funds, andto

1't. wrap their morning weeds about .1 ''h r 17Ifl'1ti the words and music of which were render them up-to-date, efficient bankingservice.
them with an air of virtuous pridu.
d written by the pastor. Those who
I To such the Easter maslc, the Easter .
find it possible to in the
bloom, the Easter gladness are soT
services will find them inspiring and
much mockery. They coldly decline 'ry
: to be soothed, and sit as silent aa ( I THE LAWTEY STATE BANK

tone beside the sepulcher of their

buried joys. These are indeed to bo trl I FOR THE WEEKDr. i La Florida .
pitied; for, If it needs must be that d k wley,

\ the severity of love shall visit them I
W. F. Dunkle, presiding elder !E. S. MATTHEWS A.
f till the granite melts, there U much TAYLOR
i of the Jacksonville district of the j
I suffering In store for them. r : red Iii /i President Cashier
I Methodist church, is spending '1
But there are the many who have -
\ week\ in Starke and the/ H 1H i I I. I
learned the hard lesHon, who have
I i services every afternoon and ; I I
I It
1, bowed again and twain under the I
at the church. Dr. Dunkle is well !h
shadow, but who have seen through I j '
I ,j
equipped for the service of the Lord
all the Sun of Righteousness and Ilia I II II ,htz
I being a well educated gentleman, an : .
I Kind beams. To these Easter furnishes I excellent speaker and a thoroughly i
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not alone a blessed vision, butt i : ---_
consecrated Christian who is enthusiastic -
It is Itself a blessed fact. Therefore I
in the work and
spiritual condition -
: )
:Slow at Easter let us tnke account of
of the church.

,.. our mercies and claim our share in I This evening (Friday) will elm,.-
the common) \Raster' joy. Better a Think twice before] making plans and agreeing to the series of the meetings, und ,
happy borne than splendid mall nc ac

leum., Better daily walking with o-1 trips or visits on Easter Sunday. Your Christian dutyis I him morrow home Dr.in Dunkle Jacksonville.will return to-I f
i than friendship and fellowship with to be in attendance at your church on this most !

, the mltfJHy who know not the Saviour I I fM

and the power of Hi* resurrection.I''I Holy day. You owe it to yourself-your family...and i iI PoiiliCil: Announcements I

+J Thun lot Easter do Its I I your own happiness to let nothing interfere. I //'. a Scot' Way of Saying Many Small
for: us all, as we lift our eyes FOR STATE SENATOR
home'I'I To th. UemocriuiG electors of Fifteenth
ward to Him who ever lenatorial biatrlet of lorlda: 1 reapesLfuly Things Make the Big Ones .

: tercession! for us and who is alive Every Sunday makes the same call upon you--but June solielt primary your as support your state tor aenauir renominaiion. for said in' I. 'fIt's

{ 1 forevermore. I Easter Sunday in particular. All nature now in its I district and, which Union.embraces the counties U 11:. K of lGUr.Bradford the "little" things In life that COUnt- S-:

I i SMALL SAVINGS Into fortunes mount. ...
f, awakening is a living proof of Him who demonstrated By the request of many friend( I hereby \ Day tea ?
n announce myself aa a candidata for theBenale by day,and month by month finally span the t
t from Bradford and Union .....t,...
: the triumph of Life over Death, I I subject to th. Milan of the DemoeraUeprimary rounding year: those who SAVE THE SUMS
; 'ENT-A-WB of .I..... e. 1834. I respectfullysuUalt (I't THEY MAY. have no thought
tha votes of every voter and hereby "j of
want to fear. THRIFT IS
1 promise that I will ..ndor tn. and faithful
Inspiration is here for It will and direct .
you. guide ..Ic. for the people whom 1 repneent. LIFESMOSTRADIENTGEM;

COLUMN you and yours to a more peaceful and happier life-. 8UPEHV1SOH OF BCCI8TRAT1OV Itmakeeforbealthconlentment s' J
-too-and whether
I man or wo
1 hereby aunounca that i am a candidate -
if you will come out and join your neighbors in acknowledging for rs-electUm to tad oiflea of supervisor uregistration. < man. boy or girl 1. this 8.\\T.'i G"lIOrmon"
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If I am -.1. I shall eon-
i I tlniM to slve .best efforts toward .U penned f r\OC.
FOR SALE-Complete! outfit for Him who all Life. my vary
I give carrying out tb. duties of tbe off.... _.....to '( With truth and eon-iction
making cement building blocks at fully. C. A. .KN1UHTFOR O MIN//pl)1) f
half original cost. C. L. Peek. I rings;suggestion/
t I 4'x ...-tf I 1 hereby announce my*tlf aa a candidata | if followed real happiness i
i la croup" on. for aomituuion for CI. oftlee of brings. Resolve as you read
GOTOCHURCHEaster representative In th. legislature from Bradford 1 1his
,\ COLORED LABORERS WANTED i "mounts..uhj.ct to the action of tha | / little thyme, to take Into
Democratic primary to "ba held June ltd 1814. heart the
your truth
6,000 colored laborers can find work I I respectfully. solicit tha support af ail ; that fleet

I! at Hastings Florida, April 14 toM I Democratle voters and U elected. promise tag are the "wlngaV time," and old age/
faithful and cowl atlmm seirlea.EVKKKTT
June I,, harvesting potato crop. Sunday Every Sunday : !: ... JOHNS quickly\ follows youth s

:: ;pay and free steeping
.. aa amount as a Dollar wfll
ijuartera. Tlon't write, flll1t ready .hereby announce; myself aa aandldaU II make '
for a member of the House of Kepreseotauves JOG a' "Saver" this Bank where
r for work. Work for the whole G Baptist Church of Christ from Bradford County f'la. croup 14. f. the Dollar Immediately begin
Democratic to be
subject to tha primary of June S. an
family. 4.4.3t'I w '' I 1014. 1 earneetly aolicil. the support of the earning power. '
: Episcopal
.. "" .... In tha coming primary. If .1...*..> I j
FOR SALE-Good! mule, wagon, pronuss to work for the beet Intercat of Bradford J tp hapN*
Methodist Presbyterian cvuaty and the slate of Florida __to
r I plow and harness, cheap. See fully W. O. OUVALU BANK OF STARKE

I McLaughlin at Hull's Store. It FOR COUNTY JUDCB Bank of Helpful Service
I hereby announce myself w candidate for '
Special price on kninit and acid the off lea of County .I ad.,. of Bradford coun Starke, Florida
C,. I rtfer the f mr .or4 -**-
I phoaphattt to. make room. Hull'\ Strawberry crates and cups of the Car extra fine hay just unloaded. ,! the tnma I h .a I., .; 'h'>a : ':In ...: : .. i .., z .. :so. ,
and 1 aarneetly aoltalt their. support at tba'aoamlac
Store. very best grade. Hull's Store. Prices very low. Hull's Store. prlmarr. U elected. 1 pramaM to
d .-to a icon v -- --

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